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Bristol Bay sockeye make unusual late surge

...potentially surpass the 20-year average harvest by several million fish."Things change," said Chuck Brazil, assistant area biologist for Bristol Bay. "That's why we manage the fishery day to day."After a lackluster beginning, Bristol...
Across state, early salmon catches underweight

...measuring clock in the low 500s, which translates to about a half-pound difference on average. In Kodiak, assistant area biologist Geoff Spalinger said the early reds are coming in roughly one pound less than the average size. "The averages...
Fish and Game: Some Peninsula game stocks thriving, others declining

...that indicated some area game stocks were declining, while others were thriving.On Monday, Jason Herreman, assistant area biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Homer, updated the board on various game stocks including moose...
Bear kills moose at home

...incident to the Alaska State Troopers. Within a short time Trooper Travis Bordner arrived with Thomas McDonough, assistant area biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. ?You don?t get to see a lot of that kind of stuff, where somebody...
Kenai planning and zoning plucks apart chicken ordinance

...chicken ownership in city limits, there has been a rise in bear activity, said David Battle, Anchorage-based assistant area biologist. "Chickens are definitely a bear attractant," he said. Battle said the bears first smell the feed scattered...
Fish and Game to kill 15A wolves

...actions between November and March. The department has no firm date yet, said Jason Herreman, Fish and Game assistant area biologist for the Peninsula. The actions also includes increasing department wolf-trapping efforts, Herreman said...
Motorists warned: Interior moose on the move

...later in September, but the cool weather might have started them on the move,'' said Beth Lenart, a rural assistant area biologist for the Alaska Department Fish and Game. ''Every year at the end of August (or) early September we see a...
Two brown bears charge man and woman at Mendenhall Glacier put transmitters on the bears and track them to find out more about their activities. Polly Hessing, an assistant area biologist, said more information on brown bears would help the Forest Service better manage the area. She said it would...


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