From the monthly archives:

November 2011

SEATTLE – The Coast Guard, information pills Bainbridge Island, Wash., Fire Department, the state department of Ecology and American Gold Seafoods are responding to a fire and potential fuel spill on one of American Gold Seafood’s floating fish-rearing pens in Rich Passage, off Beans Point in Kitsap County, Wash., Thursday. Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound […]

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Fishing news links

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

Tony Floor’s Tackle Box looks at winter fishing opportunities (Posted by Mark Yuasa) Chum back in South Sound streams (John dodge, about it The Olympian) Chinook prospects not great this winter (Mark Yuasa, the Seattle Times)

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Orcas coming south

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE, sovaldi sale Victoria TIMES COLONIST: Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs. But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory […]

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Orcas coming south

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE, sovaldi sale Victoria TIMES COLONIST: Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs. But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory […]

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JUDITH LAVOIE, sovaldi sale Victoria TIMES COLONIST: Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs. But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory […]

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Cortland Expands Anacortes Facility

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE, sovaldi sale Victoria TIMES COLONIST: Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs. But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory […]

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Port of Tacoma celebrates wharf extension

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE, sovaldi sale Victoria TIMES COLONIST: Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs. But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory […]

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Custom yacht builder cruising into Port Orchard

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE, sovaldi sale Victoria TIMES COLONIST: Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs. But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory […]

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Car crashes into Lake Washington

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE, sovaldi sale Victoria TIMES COLONIST: Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs. But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory […]

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Virus worries salmon advocates

by Tim Flanagan on November 1, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE, sovaldi sale Victoria TIMES COLONIST: Wild-salmon advocates fear that tests showing a serious virus in one Fraser River coho and two wild sockeye salmon mean the European strain of infectious salmon anemia could be spreading through B.C.’s wild salmon runs. But B.C. Salmon Farmers Association spokeswoman Mary Ellen Walling said the positive laboratory […]

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Ed Friedrich, here Kitsap Sun: [Kitsap Transit’s Rich Passage 1 heads towards the Port Orchard Marina on Wednesday. (MEEGAN M. REID/KITSAP SUN photo)] BREMERTON — Seven years after Kitsap Transit’s wake research project began, the agency is finally ready to start testing a passenger ferry that could rip through Rich Passage without tearing up the […]

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Ed Friedrich, here Kitsap Sun: [Kitsap Transit’s Rich Passage 1 heads towards the Port Orchard Marina on Wednesday. (MEEGAN M. REID/KITSAP SUN photo)] BREMERTON — Seven years after Kitsap Transit’s wake research project began, the agency is finally ready to start testing a passenger ferry that could rip through Rich Passage without tearing up the […]

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Research ferry wake tests beginning

by Tim Flanagan on November 1, 2011

Ed Friedrich, here Kitsap Sun: [Kitsap Transit’s Rich Passage 1 heads towards the Port Orchard Marina on Wednesday. (MEEGAN M. REID/KITSAP SUN photo)] BREMERTON — Seven years after Kitsap Transit’s wake research project began, the agency is finally ready to start testing a passenger ferry that could rip through Rich Passage without tearing up the […]

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Orcas expected to follow chum salmon

by Tim Flanagan on November 1, 2011

Associated Press, try CTV News:

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Partnership sets “targets” for Puget Sound recovery

by Tim Flanagan on November 1, 2011

Associated Press, try CTV News:

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Associated Press, try CTV News:

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BC Ferries contemplates cable ferry service

by Tim Flanagan on November 1, 2011

Associated Press, try CTV News:

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