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Tutu and Roger (Special Edition Long Blog)

My name is Roger. I’m two years old. I’m a big, shiny black dog.

The last time I hung out for days and days with Tutu I was just a 3 month old pup. 4,456 more words

Bristol Bay 2015 Grounds Price Posted 

With boats being pulled on every tide and many fisherman already having headed home for the season, the grounds price was still a mystery until today… … 134 more words

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Throwback Thursday: Reminiscing on Graveyard Point

Last summer I took a reporting trip to Graveyard Point, an abandoned Bristol Bay cannery turned pop-up fish camp. For about six weeks each year the place goes crazy for salmon with about 120 fishermen setting out to make big money by catching as many sockeye salmon as they can. 508 more words

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Silence, Salmon, and a Summer Rhubarb Blueberry Galette

It has been epically quiet here at Set the Net since we came back from our Iceland adventure last fall, to be fair life has been epically hectic for the Brito family in Bristol Bay. 680 more words

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Sockeye Salmon: This season and future seasons

Sockeye salmon is more than a rich-flavored, healthy meal. Trace its journey from ocean to plate and see the jobs it provides across the country, the sustainable fishing operations, and the uniquely… 59 more words

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Bristol Bay pre-season, in pictures

It has been a slow start again to the season.  2013 the fish came early and in abundance and the last two seasons we’ve geared up early, just in case… all for naught.  278 more words

Alaska

View from Out West: All ears to save Alaska media — Funding cut would cut connection in rural areas

By Clark Fair, for the Redoubt Reporter

Aurora (Heames) Galloway, one of my former Skyview students, recalls a summer long ago when Dillingham’s public radio station, KDLG, assisted with an emergency involving a “family matter.” 1,721 more words

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