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Yes or no, fish or go

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Fisheries biologists with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game are today wrestling with a major dilemma.

Months ago, long-time Cordova biologist Steve Moffitt forecast a frighteningly low return of king salmon to the Copper River, one of the 49th state’s most prized fisheries. 1,598 more words

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When moose attack

Only four days after the Alaska Department of Fish and Game issued a warning to residents of Alaska’s largest city to be on the look out for aggressively protective mother moose, an Eagle River woman is reported to be in the intensive-care unit of an Alaska hospital after being moose stomped. 643 more words

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Hatchery plan stalls

A Homer, Alaska area salmon hatchery caught operating without a federal Clean Water Act permit won’t be moving its operations to Kachemak Bay anytime soon. 1,232 more words

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Of moose and men

If a moose dies in the center of Alaska’s urban heartland….

Well, suffice to say, it’s not the same as if one of the big ungulates wanders into the… 778 more words

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Who got your fish?

For decades now, Cook Inlet fishermen of all stripes have been feuding bitterly over shares of the annual return of sockeye salmon, and now comes an indication that all that time they were getting collectively ripped off by another fishery. 698 more words

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