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Dipnet bummer days

Spoiled by years of good fishing at the mouth of the Kenai River in mid-July, Alaska personal-use dipnetters seem primed to explode at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for its success in controlling the flow of sockeye salmon through Cook Inlet this year. 897 more words

Bear, moose victim wakes

On the day after the Alaska Department of Fish and Game revealed its conclusion that a bear attack cum moose stomping on the edge of an upscale Anchorage neighborhood a month ago might be neither,  the victim of the assault finally started talking. 1,349 more words

Asking for trouble


Does any of this sound familiar?

“A moose on the rampage attacked two women walking with their dogs, injuring both severely. (The people, not the dogs. 1,178 more words

Anglers Can Catch More Haddock

Good news for salt water anglers you can now catch five times the amount of haddock. New federal and state rule changes increase the bag limit and season for haddock are now in effect. 86 more words


Two bear attacks within days, second victim from UA class

UPDATED  —  The problems for University of Alaska outdoor programs continue. Less than three weeks after an avalanche in the Alaska Range caught all of the instructors and students in a University of Alaska Fairbanks mountaineering class, Alaska State Troopers are reporting a man mauled by a bear near Haines was an instructor for the University of Alaska-Southeast mountaineering program. 835 more words

Fish and Game Busy With Rescues This Weekend

NH Fish and Game Officers and local first responders were busy this weekend. On Friday afternoon, Fish and Game Officers rescued a Somerville MA man from Mount Cardigan after he fell and injured his leg. 134 more words


Warner River Watershed Conservation Project

The 149-mile Warner River Watershed encompasses parts of the towns of Bradford, Goshen, Hopkinton, New London, Newbury, Salisbury, Sutton, Warner, Washington and Webster. It drains portions of Mount Sunapee, Mount Kearsarge and several rolling hills in the Dartmouth-Sunapee region of New Hampshire. 579 more words