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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A white wolf that isn’t supposed to be alive has finally made the news in Alaska’s largest city.
KTUU.com on Friday reported the wolf in Anchorage after television station viewer LeRoy Polk turned over a videotape of wolf reportedly dragging a caribou hide into the woods along an Anchorage street. 1,758 more words
After Kenai River personal use dipnetters struggled through an often slow July trying to catch their winter supply of sockeye salmon, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game refused to grant them an extra couple fishing days at the start of August because it was said they might kill “too many” coho salmon. 1,102 more words
Yet again, Alaska’s long, difficult struggle with subsistence is in the news.