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Scapegoating Webster is a setback for Cook Inlet

...2012 - have continually seen their fishing time and opportunity eroded by management decisions by the board to put additional kings as well as sockeyes into the rivers.After the 2011 regular Cook Inlet board meeting, Johnstone said the allocative...

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Fish board ups Kenai goals; Setnetters handed closure period

...sockeye run too much," he said. Karl Johnstone, vice-chairman of the board and Anchorage resident, said taking additional king salmon out of the sport harvest could have potentially adverse effects. "What we don't discuss very often is the...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030311/new_794038100.shtml
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