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Reminder: Deadline to return personal-use permits is Friday

...personal-use fisheries this year to turn in their permits by Friday. This includes permits used for dipnetting on the Kenai, Fish Creek and Kasilof rivers, as well as personal-use setnetting on the Kasilof River. Even if a permit holder did not...
Happy trails

...Habitat Program, which works to connect people with nature, said Cheryl Anderson, a fish and wildlife biologist with the Kenai Fish and Wildlife Field Office. "Because we have so much more space than a lot of other schools in the Lower 48 we have...
Refuge Notebook: A window of opportunity to eradicate Elodea

...from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Kenai Peninsula Fish Habitat Partnership, Cheryl Anderson from the Kenai Fish & Wildlife Field Office and Elizabeth Bella from the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge launched surveys of lakes this summer...
Refuge Notebook: Hidden Lake Campground - a 'hidden gem' on the Kenai Refuge

...foil, and cook it in a hot-coal campfire with butter and lemon and fry some potatoes on a skillet. Ken Gates at the Kenai Fish and Wildlife Field Office shares that "lake trout is likely the most popular fish people target in Hidden Lake followed...
Early run Kenai king salmon closure a blow to guides

...they are a mixed stock fishery, they're going to harvest less fish and a percentage of those fish are going to be Kenai fish," he said. Just how much of the harvest of Kenai-bound king salmon occurs in the marine rec fishery is still in...
Refuge Notebook: Fishing on the Swanson River is not a secret, but sometimes forgotten

...hard. That's a pretty neat concept on the Kenai Peninsula these days!Jeffry Anderson is the Field Supervisor of the Kenai Fish & Wildlife Field Office in Soldotna. You can find more information about the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge at http...
Refuge notebook: Local partnership working to ensure healthy fish habitat

...and learn about fish habitat issues in southcentral Alaska! Jeffry Anderson is a Supervisory Fishery Biologist at the Kenai Fish & Wildlife Field Office in Soldotna. Find more information about the Field Office at
Late thaw makes weir installation a challenge

...challenging labor to this study being conducted by the Kenai Fish & Wildlife Field Office (KFWFO). This season's installation...AmeriCorps Environmental Education Internship at the Kenai Fish & Wildlife Field Office in Soldotna (http://alaska...
Gas storage facility safety debated: Board hears request to add condition to permit

...Goddard asked the board to add a condition to their permit requiring that CINGSA properly seal the well underneath his Kenai fish processing plant. "What we are primarily concerned with in this appeal is two factors," he said. Those factors were...
Lake trout in Hidden Lake: What's their present status?

...project, call Ken Gates at the Kenai Field Office at 1-800-822-6550. Ken Gates is a fishery biologist at the Kenai Fish and Wildlife Field Office in Soldotna (


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