Check out the interview that was held after the community meeting that included Board of Fish Chairperson Marit Carlson-Van Dort and Board Member John Wood. Both speak on the incredible task of regulating Alaska Fisheries and the matters they see coming on the horizon of this years Board of Fish Cycle.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is soliciting bids to charter purse seine fishing vessels to conduct a cost recovery fishery in the South Peninsula on or about June 8, June 9, and June 10, 2022. The request for quotation (bid) format for the 2022 cost recovery fishery will be based on a percentage of the catch value, not to exceed 30% of the value paid to the bidders at the dock on the day of the delivery. Upon delivery, the winning bidders will present their permits to the buyer and the harvest for each day will be split onto two separate payments relative to the percentages of the winning bid. The contract will be awarded to the bidder with the lowest percentage of the total value of the catch. Bids for greater than 30% of the value of the catch will be rejected. To obtain further information and bid forms contact the Kodiak Fish and Game office at 907-486-1874 or the Sand Point office at (907) 383-2066.
Sand Point Fish & Game Advisory Committee Meeting Announcement
The Sand Point AC will meet in the Sand Point City Council Chambers on:
Thursday, March 3, 2022, at 6:00pm
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss Board of Fisheries Shellfish Proposals 264, 265, and 267 and Finfish Proposal 282 (formerly ACR 7).
The committee will also discuss representation and subcommittee work during the upcoming Statewide Shellfish meeting.
This meeting is open to the public.
The Sand Point Fish and Game Advisory Committee is a collection of community members from all user groups that come together, discuss Fish and Game issues and recommend changes to current regulations. They also represent their community before the Board of Fisheries and Board of Game at board meetings.
For more information, contact:
Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Boards Support Section
(907) 842-5142 | firstname.lastname@example.org
AEB Fishermen’s Winter Fisheries Meeting on Wednesday December 29, 2021 10AM via Zoom/virtual meeting
Meeting scheduled to be broadcast live on local radio KSDP and at www.apradio.org
Agencies Representatives expected to be available at this teleconference meeting:
• U. S. Coast Guard, Kodiak.
• Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Kodiak.
• NMFS Alaska Region, Juneau.
• Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Seattle.
• North Pacific Observer Program & A.I.S. observer providers.
• Trawl EM EFP coordinators.
• NMFS Office of Law Enforcement
• International Pacific Halibut Commission
Aleutians East Borough’s Natural Resources Department will host the meeting from the Anchorage office conference room 3380 C Street – fishermen welcome.
For more information please contact Aleutians East Borough:
Natural Resources Director Ernie Weiss 907-274-7557 email@example.com or
Natural Resources Assistant Director Charlotte Levy 907-274-7566 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game will be conducting a preseason fishery stakeholderâ€™s meeting on Tuesday, June 1 at 2:00 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the Sand Point City Chambers. ADF&G will teleconference with both King Cove (at the Harbor House) and False Pass. The meeting will be broadcast live right here, on KSDP 830AM Sand Point and livestreamed at apradio.org.
There are a limited number of teleconference lines. If you would like to call into the meeting, please contact the ADF&G office in Sand Point for the call-in information.
The purpose of this meeting is to provide all interested parties an opportunity to discuss the upcoming salmon season with ADF&G staff.
Topics covered will include:
– Staff introductions
– Department COVID-19 mitigation plans
– 2021 management strategy
– 2021 salmon outlook
– 2021 department test fisheries
– Other topics as time permits
To obtain further information, please contact the Sand Point Fish and Game office at (907) 383-2066.
This edition of In the Loop contains information regarding EAES grant applications. If you have applied and have not yet received your payment, or would like an update on your application’s status, call Glennora Dushkin at (907) 274-7555. The deadline to file additional paperwork for this grant is December 18th, 2020. (more…)
Below is the new travel mandates for the City of Sand point, typed in text form for your convenience. You can find the original notice at the bottom of this post. Thank you.
The City of Sand Point is asking everyone to self isolate upon arrival for a 7-day period and then get tested for COVID-19.
Regular activities may resume upon confirmation of a negative test result. This request does not apply to essential workers or those involved in the commercial fishing industry; State of Alaska health mandates cover those individuals, and relevant information for those workers can be found at covid19.alaska.gov.