Bankrupt fish processor’s quota for sale – 25 per cent, or 3,750 tonnes, of the province’s total allowable silver hake catch.

863a4ac9dc_64635696_o2The deadline for offers is Friday, March 14, at 3 p.m., according to a notice published in this newspaper on Jan. 28. The Business Development Bank of Canada appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers as receiver for D’Eon assets under its security, including the fishing licence, on Dec. 10, 2013. Read [email protected]  23:21

Tug-of-war over salmon on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula may reach fever pitch

Each summer in Alaska, salmon by the millions flood into the great mixing bowl of Cook Inlet between the popular and populated Kenai Peninsula to the south and the towering, wild Aleutian Range to the north. The fish are money — Alaska wild silver prime for the taking — and for that reason they have come to fuel one of state’s longest-running and most contentious political battles. Read [email protected]  23:09

Can Regulations Help a Man Learn to Fish? Kissing boss Bloomberg’s ass?

(James Greiff’s boss just granted $56 million to increase fish stocks in Brazil, Chile and the Philippines.) There probably isn’t a lament repeated more often by small business owners than the complaint that government regulation is strangling them. Maybe there’s some truth to this, and yet what sometimes goes missing is the corollary: Without regulations, some of those businesses might not survive. The latest example comes from a New Bedford, Massachusetts, commercial fisherman who told Fox News that limits on how many fish can be hauled from U.S. coastal waters will be the ruin of the domestic industry. Be sure to click the links! Read [email protected] 19:41