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Lena Beach improvements could include the return of king salmon to the area

...spawning habitat and 1.5 acres of coho rearing habitat, the environmental assessment states. Fish technicians with Douglas Island Pink and Chum Inc. fish hatchery will use net pens to rear chinook salmon fry to improve fishing opportunities, and...
Bigger fish

...front of the Juneau Empire building, you may have noticed the coho are getting bigger.For more than 20 years, Douglas Island Pink and Chum used the same coho stock, said Director of Operations Rick Focht. "The fish had done quite well for us...
Photos: Chumming with the salmon

...expericence with a chum salmon during the annual fall salmon education program at the Ladd Macaulay Visitor Center at the Douglas Island Pink & Chum Hatchery on Wednesday. Elementary student from throughout the Juneau School District have been visiting...
170,000 fish in hand

As you read this sentence, a Douglas Island Pink and Chum hatchery worker likely has one of one million young Chinook salmon in hand. Every year, DIPAC hatchery workers spend...
Fisheries scholarship awarded to Alexandra Lyons

The University of Alaska Southeast Fisheries Technology program named Alexandra Lyons as its first Douglas Island Pink & Chum scholar. The award is given to a fisheries technology student who demonstrates "dedication to studies, academic integrity...
UAF to receive $1M gift

In memory of Juneau hatchery founder Ladd E. Macaulay, Douglas Island Pink and Chum is giving an endowment of more than $1 million to the University of Alaska Fairbanks.The endowment earnings will fund...
A special dedication: Bob Cartmill

...Fire Department, the Masons and Shriners, Pioneers of Alaska, served years until his passing on the board of Douglas Island Pink and Chum (DIPAC), as well as the Territorial Sportsmen. On and on he shared his time. He taught us and multitudes...
UAS hosts Community Day Saturday

...cultivate excitement about music among children. For kids who would like to pet some of Alaska's sea creatures, Douglas Island Pink and Chum will provide an aquatic petting zoo."I originally created the event 11 years ago because I had children...
Bask in appreciation, Juneau

...downtown.Two big events usually anchor the celebration: discounted tram rides and the lunchtime barbecue at the Douglas Island Pink and Chum Macaulay Salmon Hatchery.DIPAC Tourism and Education Manager Katie Harms said they will host an appreciation...
Tongass National Forest youth fishing events 3 p.m. on June 7. Partners are the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), Juneau Rotary Club and Douglas Island Pink and Chum Inc. (DIPAC). King salmon will be stocked by DIPAC. Activities include fishing, boating and fish...


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