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Voices of the Peninsula: Political manipulation doesn't benefit community

...enough? The choice for each business and individual is now clear. The Ruffner experience no longer allows one to hide behind willful ignorance.Ken Tarbox is a Soldotna resident and retired Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-05-12/voices-of-the-peninsula-political
Opinion
School salmon program moves onto the ice

...opportunity to practice ice fishing on the frozen surface of Soldotna's Sport Lake. Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Jenny Cope, who organized Wednesday's ice fishing demonstration as a part of Fish and Game's Salmon in the Classroom...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-02-18/students-receive-ice-fishing-demonst
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Retired ADF&G biologist tells all in "Fish, Oil, & Follies"

...preparation for the runs, comes a new book filled with fish stories from the life prospective of a retired fish and game biologist, "Fish, Oil, & Follies," written by Loren B. Flagg. The author well known to the local community of the Kenai...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/052709/dis_345014650.shtml
Pike killing project approved for the Soldotna Creek drainage

...impractical for eradicating the species, Fish and Game biologist Robert Massengill told Board of Fisheries members...degrades quickly in the environment, said Fish and Game biologist Krissy Dunker. There are no human health concerns...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-09-20/pike-killing-project-approved-for-th
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Restrictions loosened in Russian River sockeye fishery

...escapement goal range for the early run of sockeye salmon on the Russian River is 22,000-42,000 fish and Fish and Game biologist have projected that the range could be exceeded before the season ends, according to a department news release...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-06-23/restrictions-loosened-in-russian-riv
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Pike poisoning underway in Soldotna

...of fish food. "Invertebrates are one of the groups that's hardest hit, particularly plankton," said Fish and Game biologist Krissy Dunker, during a recent presentation to the Alaska Board of Fisheries. "Their populations can take between...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-12/pike-poisoning-underway-in-soldotna
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Hunters advised to know regulations before taking shot

...stood at 54, including five sows. The management goal is for sow mortalities is not to exceed 17, said Fish and Game Biologist Jeff Selinger. Hunters are encouraged to take mature boars and to know where it is acceptable to hunt by planning...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-08-21/hunters-advised-to-know-regulations-
News

...The number peaked at 250 to 350 wolves in the mid-1990s, according to 2012 estimates by now-retired Fish and Game biologist David Person.The sub-species conservationists are hoping to list as threatened or endangered is named for the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/kyle-hopkins/2014-07-05
Handle with care

...Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Patti Berkhahn visited the class...Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Patti Berkhahn, as she showed...Michael and retired Fish and Game biologist Gary Todd cut the specimens open...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/121107/schools_3759.shtml
Schools
Senate committee hears second day of testimony from Cook Inlet fishers

...what needed to be fixed with salmon management in the Cook Inlet. Jeff Fox, a retired Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist spoke on behalf of the United Cook Inlet Drift Association - though Fox said he was neither a commercial fisherman...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-03-26/senate-committee-hears-second-day-of
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