AK Board of Fisheries revises 2022/23 schedule

The AK Board of Fisheries addresses Western AK issues this upcoming cycle.

by | August 31, 2022

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Work session set for Oct. 25-26 in Anchorage, followed by cod focus

The Alaska Board of Fisheries sets the regulations in waters managed by the State, meaning out to three miles. The Board operates on a three year cycle for each fishing region. Its oversight includes subsistence, commercial, sport and personal use fisheries.

The upcoming meeting cycle includes the Alaska Peninsula, Aleutian Islands, Bering Sea and Chignik Pacific cod and other finfish, Bristol Bay finfish, Arctic/Yukon and Kuskokwim finfish, and statewide supplemental issues.

The only schedule change made so far is for the February dates for the AK Peninsula/Aleutian Islands and Chignik meeting.

The location also was changed to the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. All other BOF meetings are at the Egan Center.

For other BOF information, visit HERE

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About Laine

Laine Welch has covered the Alaska fish beat for print and radio since 1988. She also has worked “behind the counter” at retail and wholesale seafood companies in Kodiak and on Cape Cod.


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