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ADFG staff, others present Cook Inlet research to Board of Fisheries

...first day of convening to meet and discuss Upper Cook Inlet fisheries, the Alaska Board of Fisheries heard a research wrap-up...which meets every three years to discuss the Cook Inlet fisheries, heard about escapement goals, sonar programs...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-02-01/adfg-staff-others-present-cook-inlet
News
Voices of the Peninsula: Drift fisherman cynical of fish board proceedings

...Anchorage recently with their focus on Upper Cook Inlet fisheries management. I was there for most of it, as I have...has been disproven by science. Tying this to Cook Inlet fisheries, it was once thought that if you put the fleet way...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-02-18/voices-of-the-peninsula-drift-fis
Opinion
Sound fish management supported: Kenai council resolution to be shared at Board of Fish meeting

...equitable, biology-based management of upper Cook Inlet fisheries. After hearing from a number of commercial fisherman...resolution to be more inclusive of all aspects of the Cook Inlet fisheries, the council unanimously agreed that it was an appropriate...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/020411/new_780882062.shtml
News
Time for compromise in Cook Inlet fisheries

After fifty years in the salmon fishery I recall after season trips to the Little Su, Alexander and Montana creeks where my wife and I took eighty- and ninety-pound kings from the water for smoking and canning. A few years later we began to hear whining from the Cook Inlet user groups who have been trying to cut each others' throats in any rag that would print their said stories. Fortunately the Alaska Constitution has barred most claims, while at the same time every politician from D.C.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2015-03-27/time-for-compromise-in-co
Letters
Fish Board spurns Central Peninsula

...issues. It will happen in Kodiak. By the time the Alaska Board of Fisheries holds its next meeting on Upper Cook Inlet fisheries, it will have been nearly 20 years since its members have chosen to do so on the Kenai Peninsula. During the last...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-16-0
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Inletkeeper testing shows no Fukushima radiation in Cook Inlet

...stirred up fear and misinformation and the organization had received a lot of calls from Alaskans concerned about Cook Inlet fisheries. The Japanese reactor was disabled after a major earthquake in 2011, and high radioactive releases were measured...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-11-11/inletkeeper-testing-shows-no-fukushi
News
Drift fishermen critical of new management plan

...which led to the increased movement required to catch fish this summer, according to Maw and other drifters. Cook Inlet fisheries are generally managed with a commercial preference for sockeyes and a sport preference for silvers, or cohos, and...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-09-06
News
Something to talk about

...public process.Over the past couple of years - with low king returns affecting management decisions in all upper Cook Inlet fisheries - we've seen a number of people involved in commercial fishing and sport fishing come together to look for common...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-01-22/something-to-talk-about
Opinion
Les Palmer: Fish board politics

...Fish Week,"when user-groups and state agencies were invited to educate the Senate Resources Committee about Cook Inlet fisheries. On the surface, it seemed like a good idea. Then again, a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing.I worry...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2014-04-10/les-palmer-fish-board-politics
Outdoors
Ballot initiative nothing to celebrate

...would effectively eliminate set gillnetting from Cook Inlet are deeply concerning to me. As a person engaged in Cook Inlet fisheries, I recognize and respect the contributions of my fellow fishermen and women, whether they be economic, cultural...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2013-11-21/ballot-initiative-nothing
Letters

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