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The move follows the exit of Copper River Seafoods
Homer fisherman, former city council member appointed to Board of Fish
A run of around 4.97 million sockeye is projected to return to Upper Cook Inlet
The company salmon cited the fisheries management plan, rising production costs and the poor forecast
Board members will not only discuss fishing issues in Cook Inlet, but also in Kodiak and Prince William Sound
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has established the Alaska Bycatch Review Task Force
Martin was KRSA’s office and events manager for three years until she took on the director role in February
The Alaska Board of Fisheries meeting addressing issues affecting Cook Inlet will take placed March 26 through April 2, according to a press release from… Continue reading
Kids cast lines and learn at ice fishing event
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced summer sport fishing regulations Wednesday
The lawsuit seeks to reopen commercial salmon fishing in the Upper Cook Inlet Exclusive Economic Zone
Upper Cook Inlet fishing families have been hit hard by ongoing politics
This comes after the board bumped back its Southeast and Yakutat shellfish meeting
The mission of the task force will be to better understand the unintended bycatch of fish caught in both state and federal waters.
Restrictions exist for East and West Mackey, Sevena, Union, Derks and Stormy lakes in 2022
The closure prohibits harvesting any clam species from the mouth of the Kenai River to the southernmost tip of the Homer Spit.
The amount of money received this fiscal year will be determined, in part, by population.
The waters in question run from south of Kalgin Island to about Anchor Point
City council voted to submit an amicus brief concerning the closure
Dunleavy forms bycatch task force.