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Cowards of our own destiny

...unlawful anywhere in Alaska except a few places in the Southeast Alaska area. How absurd is that? Recently, Bureau of Wildlife Enforcement troopers issued citations to seaweed pickers in Seward. Herring row fisheries are all but gone in the Ketchikan...
Alaska Digest

Staff reports from around the state
Wolf found shot on Thane Road

...wildlife investigation. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced the shooting on Wednesday and the state Bureau of Wildlife Enforcement is looking for suspects. The black wolf, discovered next to Thane Road on Monday, was likely shot on Sunday...
Troopers cite Swiss citizens for snagging

...snagged salmon in what authorities say is a growing problem on the Kenai River. Alaska State Troopers from the Bureau of Wildlife Enforcement last week cited Jurg G. Jenni, 45, Hans-Peter Lehman, 59, and Patrick Gerber, 31. Gerber also was...
Troopers still pursuing wolf case

Several weeks after the illegal shooting of a black wolf in Juneau, Alaska State Troopers are guardedly optimistic a locally raised reward - at $9,000, and growing - will help crack the case.

Headlines from around the state.
Two men charged in wolf killing; slain animal likely not 'Romeo'

...Juneau, with crimes associated with the animal's death, said Steve Hall, a sergeant with the troopers' Bureau of Wildlife Enforcement. Portis is charged with taking a wolf when the season is closed, failing to salvage the animal's hide...
Outdoors Digest

...will not be eligible for 2006 permit hunts for any species in Alaska. They may also be cited by the Alaska Bureau of Wildlife Enforcement. Call the Douglas field office with questions at 465-4265. 2005 park decals extended to Jan. 15 Due to...
'Guide' sentenced for duping sportsmen

...violates his 10-year probation, he could be ordered to serve the remaining time. Troopers with the Alaska Bureau of Wildlife Enforcement called their investigation the most stupefying case of guiding fraud the state has seen. Jackson pleaded...
Officials fear for Romeo

Romeo, Juneau's favorite lone wolf, has been having close encounters with people and their dogs, causing game experts to worry about his well-being - not to mention that of the pets.


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