federal fisheries reports
"Our greatest natural resource is our people"
Board of Fish
2022/2023 PROPOSALS

Agenda Change Requests

2022 S AK Pen Salmon Management Strategy
North Pen 2021 Salmon mangt
South Pen State Pcod '17
Area Statistical Chart
State-waters Pacific cod Inseason harvest summaries
SOA Commercial Fishing Regulations

Eastern Aleutian Fisheries Coalition
AEB fish links

AEB Fish Blog
AEB Fish News
In the Loop
Cold Bay
False Pass
King Cove
Nelson Lagoon
Sand Point
Trident Seafoods
Peter Pan Seafoods
Silver Bay Seafoods
Dock Street Brokers
Alaska Permits

Federal Register
King Cove View
Aleut Marine Mammal Commission
Community maps
Eastern Aleutian Tribes

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On the Calendar
Feb 6 BoF AK Pen/AI/Chignik comments due BoF comment portal link
Feb 6-13 NPFMC Renaissance, Seattle link
Feb 20-25 Board of Fish AP/AI/Chignik Dena'ina Cent. Anch link
March Board of Fish Statewide finfish Egan Center, Anch link
"The Aleutians East Borough produces some of the world's best seafood. All of the crab, cod, salmon, pollock and other fish harvested in our waters and processed at sea or in shore-based plants are wild Alaskan species. The commercial fishing industry in the Aleutians East dates back over 100 years, and indigenous people have fished here for thousands of years. We are proud of our heritage of sustainable fisheries, and we plan to continue our good stewardship of the ocean long into the future."
National Fisherman
Fish Radio
Science Daily
AK Journal Commerce
Hauling Gear
Fishery Nation
AEB Winter Fisheries meeting information
Audio from 12/20/2022 meeting
Notes from meeting
USCG Commercial Fishing Vessel Dockside Exams and Info
Dave Schaeffer, USCG Sector Anchorage
(907)428-4179 office
(907)764-5071 cell
2019 Tanner crab survey
2020 Tanner crab survey
2020/2021 Tanner survey
Marine Weather forecast options Coastal Waters BS text Alaska Region Alaska Region Marine ANCFO Mobile
alaska fishing
Contact: Ernie Weiss, Aleutlians East Borough Natural Resources Director
(907) 274-7557 page updated January 29, 2022
Natural Resources Department, AEB