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Invasive fish threaten Kenai: Fish and Game biologists discover northern pike in Hall Lake

...takes one male and one female," said US Fish and Wildlife biologist Doug Palmer. Department of Fish and Game Sport Fish biologist Robert Begich said that the invasive fish has been newly discovered in a lake connected to the Kenai River. He...

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Chasing rainbows: Fish and Game follows Kenai River trout movements

...sending out a signal for all the world to hear -- all the world tuned into the right frequency anyway. Eskelin, a sport fish biologist with the Department of Fish and Game has a fish on, figuratively, as he sweeps the antennae back and forth...

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Fishing for a sample

...scale and tissue samples Baker and Pettey take will be shipped to Anchorage for genetic analysis. Tim McKinley, sport fish biologist for Fish and Game, said the samples will give his department an idea of what part of the Kenai River drainage...

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Lack of hot water could create hatchery dilemma for state

...getting smaller and it's taking longer to grow them, which reduces their chances of survival in the wild, said sport fish biologist Cal Skaugstad, who manages the stocking program for Fish and Game in Fairbanks. Even under the best conditions...

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