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Exchanging culture, conserving salmon communicate about conservation efforts while working for the government. Atcheson, and former Fish and Game management biologist David Evans, met the group at Kaladi Brothers on the Sterling Highway in Soldotna. They sat around a table...
Board of Fisheries tweaks Cook Inlet crab fisheries crabs. Generally, new shell crabs harden by early fall, according to Alaska Department of Fish and Game Management Biologist Jan Rumble. The tanner crab fishery in Cook Inlet has been closed in recent years, but the changes adjust...
Refuge snaring seminar focuses on technique

Photo by Joseph Robertia Alaska Department of Fish and Game management biologist Jeff Selinger discusses techniques for setting a snare during a seminar at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in 2003. The refuge...
'Fair, with some bright spots'

...picked up compared to the first weekend, but they're still not great runs," said Nicky Szarzi, the Fish and Game management biologist in Homer. Salmon fishing on the Kenai and Kasilof rivers looks a bit better this weekend. Robert Begich...
Kenai high water poses a challenge

...noise. Last weekend's rain was good news on the Anchor River. Nicky Szarzi, the Department of Fish and Game management biologist in Homer, said a shot of fish went up the Anchor on Saturday after rainfall sent the river level up. Since...
Biologists expect poor UCI sockeye return in ?06

...Susitna systems to the north could mean conflicts between fishermen are higher than usual this season. Fish and Game management biologist Jeff Fox said that fishermen south of the Blanchard Line (a regulatory line halfway between the Kenai and Kasilof...


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