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Cook Inlet sport fishermen faced newly restrictive fisheries in 2014

...fisheries.Fishery management started conservatively, said Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish biologist Robert Begich. In the end that paid off, as both the early and late-run kings met their escapement goals.The...
Fire Fish and Game managers

...decades for ADF&G to implement predator control across Cook Inlet in Unit 16? Why has it taken decades for our fish biologists to realize we do not have adequate escapement on Kenai River king salmon? Why has the moose population declined so...
Invasive fish threaten Kenai: Fish and Game biologists discover northern pike in Hall Lake

...takes one male and one female," said US Fish and Wildlife biologist Doug Palmer. Department of Fish and Game Sport Fish biologist Robert Begich said that the invasive fish has been newly discovered in a lake connected to the Kenai River. He did...
Salmon running strong in Kuskokwim and Kotzebue fisheries on the backside of that window. Doug Molono, a fish biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, said...the numbers are still positive. Charlie Burkey, a fish biologist for Fish and Game, said the Bethel fleet caught 25...
Fish board meeting was fair

...lobbyists. Kenai River Sportfishing Association had an ichthyologist from Oregon, a retired Bristol Bay commercial fish biologist, a PR firm and their normal millionaire spokesman. Three ex-BOF members lobbied like tabby cats. The 2008 Board...
River vs. political ethics: Embracing KRSA's approach to resource management difficult

...with integrity. I cannot do this by embracing KRSA's approach to resource management. Ken Tarbox is a retired fish biologist who worked for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game from 1980 to 2000. He is a member of the Kenai Area Fisherman's...
Regulations force fishery managers to 'thread the needle'

...for "threading the needle" through the multitude of ill-concieved regulations placed on them by the board of fish. Biologists now have to give more consideration to regulations rather than science when managing our fishery. Unfortunately...
Chasing rainbows: Fish and Game follows Kenai River trout movements

...out a signal for all the world to hear -- all the world tuned into the right frequency anyway. Eskelin, a sport fish biologist with the Department of Fish and Game has a fish on, figuratively, as he sweeps the antennae back and forth, trying...
Retired ADF&G biologist tells all in "Fish, Oil, & Follies" read. Loren shows that it takes more than college classes and a stack of books to make a successful career as a fish biologist. This pleasant tale traces a lifetime of fish pursuits of a self-confident scientist and a professional fisherman...
Monster from the deep: Odd shark turns up in fisherman's set-gillnet

...he's ever caught. Two years ago he pulled strange-looking salmon out of his setnet that was later identified by fish biologists as an Atlanic salmon, believed to have escaped from a fish farm in British Columbia or Washington. "I can't catch...


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