How many salmon will return in this year’s summer fisheries? Preseason forecasters look back before they look forward.
Invasive Green Crab Are Here: What Does This Mean?
European green crab have been the scourge of American fisheries for centuries, but they’ve only now arrived in Alaska. What can you do?
7 surprising salmon product ideas
Alaska salmon is a fixture on the world’s dinner tables, but these salmon product ideas show how it’s making inroads in other parts of life.
Permit holders, send us your CIAA board ballots
The election is underway for the “at-large” inlet-wide seats on the CIAA Board. Ballots were sent to all Area H salmon fishing permit holders.
Lensing bags: A freshwater oasis in the sea for sockeye
Lensing bags give sockeye salmon a freshwater space to mature separated from surrounding salt water. Learn how these unusual tools work.
Seven ways to get your board petition signatures
With CIAA board petition forms due November 18, you need to work on collecting the required 20 permit holders signatures. Here are some creative ways to get it done.
Zombie salmon: The plight of the swimming dead
After they reproduce, salmon eventually die — but not right away. For a few weeks, zombie salmon keep swimming as they literally fall apart.
A day in the life of a fisheries technician
What’s it like to work at a remote fish counting weir? We asked one of our seasonal fisheries technicians to walk us through a typical day.
CIAA provides schools salmon life cycle posters
Based on our sign at Homer Harbor and our Trail Lakes and Port Graham hatcheries, we’re making a version available to local schoolteachers.
Osmoregulation: How salmon survive in freshwater and saltwater
How do salmon live as they hatch into lakes and streams and migrate into the sea? It comes down to the biology of how they handle salt.