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Les Palmer: Fish board politics

...openness in government, the present fish-board process is it. And yet, some legislator...them would no doubt prefer for the fish board to meet behind closed doors, interests dominated the fish-board. It was an ugly process to watch...
Political process or public process

From "Fish Board Politics" (Peninsula Clarion, April 14), this column seems more...of these board members have attended the Kenai Classic. The current fish board is very homogeneous with their 7-0 votes, however not all that wholesome...
Why is peninsula so scary to fish board?

...answer his phone. KRSA has worked the fish board into a frenzy of fear at their meeting...dishonest actions of KRSA and have the fish board conduct their deliberations Dan Coffey cannot invite the fish board to his house for dinner, Bob Penney...
Les Palmer: The state of the Kenai, Part 2

...what they think ought to be done to improve the Kenai River's fish habitat or its fishing, I get a lot of "we need fish-board members and politicians who will make some positive changes." That's true enough, but it's not the whole story...
Fish board trying to dismantle fisheries act

Why is the fish board trying and succeeding to have Cook Inlet, False Pass and Cordova taken...conservation act for the fish of the whole United States. I believe the fish board actions are the first step in dismantling the Magnuson-Steven Act...
Fish board meeting touches on Cook Inlet, Kenai River issues

...plan for Kenai Peninsula fishermen this winter.The fish board is responsible for making certain fisheries management...based on the direction provided by the board.The fish board manages state fisheries on a three-year cycle, and...
Fish board actions do little to conserve kings

Mark Hamilton, president of the Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA) recently opined that the Board of Fish (BOF) meetings had produced a "clear victory for Kenai kings." I disagree, and believe that any objective person would disagree as well.
Fish board gets to the point

King salmon will soon find it easier to slip a hook on the Kenai River.
Fish board debates permit stacking

ANCHORAGE - The Alaska Board of Fisheries on Saturday took up a proposal to eliminate permit stacking in Cook Inlet commercial fisheries.
Fish board to take up setnet petition

The Alaska Board of Fisheries will consider one of three recently submitted emergency petitions regarding Upper Cook Inlet salmon management.


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