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Photos: Dog loves fishing

...the pole, father Mark nets his catch, and Chum Fun Charters mascot Charlie waits for the release on Tuesday at the DIPAC dock. The Utah family were fishing with Chum Fun, owned by Michelle and Paul Turinsky. Michelle, maiden name Varness...
Back to the dock dock and picnic area that replaced the old DIPAC dock. The dock and park are accessible to the, state regulations prohibiting snagging from the DIPAC dock no longer apply, said Mark Schwan, area management...
Fish for the winter

...has submitted a proposal to the state Board of Fisheries to reinstate a ban on snagging that applied to the original DIPAC dock that was dismantled when the state built the new, larger dock. The proposal would ban snagging between the Macaulay...
Police & Fire for Tuesday

...that he snagged while fishing from the gangway at the DIPAC dock. He was fined $410 and his fishing rod and reel were...Sabadin, 19, was cited by AWT for snagging salmon off the DIPAC dock and fishing without a valid 2011 sport license in possession...
Fishing park plan scaled back

...wheelchairs. But fishermen have to park along Channel Drive's narrow shoulder and walk on the road to get to the current DIPAC dock. And it takes an effort for people in wheelchairs to get down the dock's ramp, said Ken Dean, a specialist with...
Raymond Couts

...from the Juneau Medical Community and from the staff and volunteers of Hospice. He was grateful for his friends at the DIPAC dock who helped him net his fish when his cancer weakened him, and for the engineers who designed the ramp for handicap vehicular...
Juneau Empire Online Inside Story: Inside Out 7/6/97

...closely related to the hatchery's role in Juneau. One idea was a tourist in camouflage gear combat-snagging from the DIPAC dock. Another was a stray dog rolling in a rotting salmon carcass on a beach. Copyright © 1996, 1997 Southeastern Newspaper...
Juneau Empire Online Local News: Feeding a hunger for culture 8/2/98 the Native community. Teachers encouraged kids to ``smoke fish, not tobacco,'' then took them fishing at the DIPAC dock. Sharclane said Natives for Sobriety has been the perfect sponsor for the project, which urges kids to avoid all drugs...


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