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Anti-KSM groups seek federal help

...benefits from the mine, but will deal with all the environmental consequences."The risk is entirely one-way," said Brian Lynch, of the Petersburg Vessel Owner Association.Lynch was one of the visitors to D.C.Dale Kelley, of the Alaska...
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KSM Pt. 2: A river runs through it, and that's the problem Southeast Alaska."A delegation including Dale Kelley, executive director of the Alaska Trollers Association; Brian Lynch, executive director of the Petersburg Vessel Owners Association; Bruce Wallace, a purse seiner from Juneau; and...
Thanks Alaska delegation for listening to the fishing industry

...Polushkin Kachemak Bay Fisheries Jim and Rhonda Hubbard Kruzof Fisheries Buck Laukitis North Pacific Fisheries Association Brian Lynch Petersburg Vessel Owners Association Tom McLaughlin Seafood Producers Cooperative Kathy Hansen Southeast Alaska Fishermen's...
High king salmon prices, demand causing concern from last year, but it's still pretty high, said Alaska Department of Fish and Game commercial troll biologist Brian Lynch. The king salmon are a new infusion of cash for the region's gillnetters, who have been able to harvest Taku and...
Taku king fishery could pour $900K into Juneau economy

...biologists explained. "Spending the money on fuel to go out and prospect probably wasn't appealing to them," said Brian Lynch, Fish and Game's Petersburg-based troll management biologist. Throughout Southeast Alaska, trollers have hooked...
Year of the king: Numbers, prices up

...running in high numbers up and down the West Coast - from California to Alaska. "Kings have been excellent,'' said Brian Lynch, Southeast Alaska regional troll management biologist. He noted that there have been record king salmon returns from...
Year of the Dog

...who have Alaska troll permits but haven't used them for years, said Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Brian Lynch, based in Sitka. Lynch predicted as many as 100 extra troll fishermen in the water this summer - including new permit...
Hatchery harvest lower than last year

...remain lower than average. Spring troll fishermen caught about 34,000 salmon in the season that ended Monday, said Brian Lynch, the salmon troll fishery management biologist for Southeast. About 36 percent of those were hatchery salmon, which...
Early cohos inundate trollers

...looking positive. Roughly 10 percent more troll boats are plying Southeast Alaska fishing grounds than in 2004, said Brian Lynch, a troll fisheries biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game based in Petersburg. "There are some phenomenal...
State Briefs

...Southeast fisheries did exceed the king salmon limit for the summer season. State Department of Fish and Game biologist Brian Lynch said two gear groups pushed Alaska over the limit. "For the 2001 season we came in at about 187,500, so we were...


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