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Voices of the Peninsula: King salmon fishery should open with conservation measures

...point it at ADF&G. And when crying for more fish for "me," don't forget to put conservation of the resource first, before your own personal needs. Our kids deserve it!Greg Brush is a concerned local angler and small business owner.
Catch-and-release stand supported

I applaud Greg Brush at EZ Limit Guide Service, for the stand he has taking on releasing client caught king salmon. Greg is certainly one of our premier...
More protection for early run kings

...larger king salmon returning to the river in the early run, according to the proposal submitted by sportfishing guide Greg Brush. The slot limit was introduced to keep anglers from harvesting 5-ocean kings, or 7-year-old fish that spent two...
Early run Kenai king salmon closure a blow to guides

...closure - the move is a blow to guides who make a living on guiding for king salmon on the Kenai River. Guides like Greg Brush owner of EZ Limit Guide Service, who last year voluntarily switched his clients to catch-and-release only fishing...
Part 1: Running in cycles

...salmon have decreased in recent years and local guides said they are having trouble making a living off of the fishery. Greg Brush, owner and operator of the EZ Limit Guide Service, which has been operating since 1988, said he came to the Kenai...
News | Conserving the Kenai King
Silver fishing is golden that this year is simply off the hook. "It's the best silver fishing that I can remember in many years," said Greg Brush, a local guide with 24 years on the Kenai River. "Just fantastic." Brush hit the lower river Tuesday morning at...
Tough year, lingering effects dies down, she said. "When tourism takes a hit, everyone feels an impact," Hamrick said. Painful perceptions Greg Brush, owner of EZ Limit Guide Service, is immediately defensive when people use the phrase "Kenai River closure" to describe...
In response to Greg Brush's column "Are our Kenai kings done"

I expect Greg is sincere in his concern for the survival of Kenai kings, but, in my opinion, he needs to reconsider a couple of things.1- Let's stop pretending that over-escapement is a myth; there's too much credible biology to the contrary. Alaska salmon biology recognizes the consequences of putting too many salmon in a system with a limited nutrient source. This is science...not opinion.
Sport fishery reaping what it sowed

In answer to Greg Brush's question, "Are our Kenai kings done?" published in the Peninsula Clarion on Aug. 4, no, Kenai kings are not done, but...
Article disappointing, but spot on

...did was break my heart -- twice! Check it out! It is not an enjoyable article, but a "must read," nonetheless! Greg Brush, Soldotna We'll see if change is coming or not In reference to the story "Missouri senator to file bill to rein in...


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