Month: December 2012

Suit filed over fisheries observer program

A small cruise line with ties to the conservation community in Southeast Alaska has filed a lawsuit over the federal fisheries observer program, saying that too many chinook and halibut will go uncounted when new rules take effect in January.

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As the Gurdy Turns

Ron Rau has been trolling in Southeast Alaska for thirty-five years. He started in a sixteen-foot skiff near Wrangell, when literally anyone could become a hand-troller for the price of a $50-permit. Over the course of his fishing career, Rau often published articles in the Alaska Fisherman’s Journal. He’s now collected those essays in a new book called As the Gurdy Turns.
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Online Streaming Works!

Raven Radio’s live stream is working again. If the Orange “Listen Live” button in the upper right corner of the page doesn’t work, try the blue one! Thanks for your patience.

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Thu Dec 27, 2012

Longliners seek support of congressional delegation for electronic monitoring. Silver Bay to open Bristol Bay plant in ’14. Three rescued after lake fishing accident in Ketchikan.

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