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Feds open upper Kenai River to subsistence fishing

...residents throughout the state. The Kenai decision may prove to be sweeping. But big change won't come right away, said Tom Boyd, assistant regional director for subsistence management with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. For now, subsistence...

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State, feds still uneasy

...Department of Fish and Game. ''They're not worrying about state users and all the other user groups.'' Rue and Tom Boyd, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's assistant regional director for subsistence, sat cordially side by side as...

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Chums dismal, but Yukon kings are bright spot

...subsistence issues. ''It's all about dialogue, communications, to make sure people talk to each other,'' said Tom Boyd, assistant regional director for subsistence management. ''We just need to get them together face to face.'' Great...

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Villagers, managers cope with western fish shortages

...watch closely and may close waters if they disagree. ''We still reserve the right to diverge where necessary,'' said Tom Boyd, the assistant regional director for subsistence of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Federal decisions on commercial...

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