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Washington chinook too young to be mammoth

...anglers said Badger was one of the area's hottest largemouth fisheries, with fish in the 4-plus pound range.State fisheries biologists said the bass fishery was peaking and would degrade in the next few years. They said that managing for trout...

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Cook Inlet salmon forecast is sunny

State fisheries biologists are predicting a respectable Cook Inlet sockeye salmon run and subsequent harvest this coming summer. "The sockeye salmon forecast...

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Gulkana River's popularity prompts new attention from government regulators

...role in overseeing use on the river, located about 250 miles south of Fairbanks on the Richardson Highway. State fisheries biologists have been tagging and implanting radio transmitters into the stomachs of king salmon in the Copper River for...

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Lots of Chitina salmon but closed road limits access

...River this year, which should provide enough fish for commercial, subsistence and sport fishing interests, state fisheries biologist Tom Taube said. Dipnetters catch 100,000 to 150,000 salmon a year, most of which are sockeyes. Last year...

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