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...Chum plant on Channel Drive. "There's some kings around. We can always tell when the fishermen show up," said Jon Carter, DIPAC executive director. The fishermen are showing up for the first full season of use for Wayside Park, a state-built...
Ski sale is Saturday at Centennial Hall

...Kunibe said. With so many outdoors buffs anxious to purchase, sellers definitely have come to the right spot, said Jon Carter, a member of the Eaglecrest Board of Directors. "Selling stuff works out fine," said Carter, who has offered goods...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...floating dock that extends into the channel. Anglers caught about 12,000 silver salmon from the dock last fall, said Jon Carter, DIPAC's executive director. The new park would take the place of the existing dock. ``I think it would be a tremendous...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...million chums to recover its costs, according to a state Department of Fish and Game report. Hatchery Executive Director Jon Carter said the study shows the economic benefits of the common-property harvest of DIPAC fish. "This shows that the debt...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...between 150,000 and 200,000 pounds of whole chum salmon for processing from the Salmon Creek area hatchery, said Jon Carter, executive director of DIPAC. ``It's a start for them. They're buying a lot more than that from the gillnetters...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...reduced production would only mean we could not pay our obligations and therefore we would go out of business,² said Jon Carter, executive director of the Douglas Island Pink and Chum hatchery in Juneau. Some Western Alaskans think the burgeoning...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...that should be going toward finding solutions to whatever is really wrong with the salmon returns of Western Alaska. Jon Carter is the director of Douglas Island Pink and Chum, Inc. Share this page: Print Email Digg Twitter Yahoo! StumbleUpon...
Twin Lakes plan to protect fish from salt water

...there's also been some cutthroat and rainbow trout, but the main fish are the king salmon," Schwan said. DIPAC director Jon Carter is waiting to hear from the city before moving about 3,000 kings to the south lake. DIPAC will add another 9,000...
Around town

...Guest speaker, chief of staff Ayers, talks about ``Truth For It's Own Sake.'' Alaska Business Roundtable Lunch, Jon Carter discusses `The Alaska Fishing Industry Meets the New Millennium.'' Noon, Prospector Hotel. Juneau Garden Club...
Board delays hatchery action

...action to clarify who may order a change in hatchery output - the board or the state commissioner of Fish and Game. Jon Carter, executive director of Douglas Island Pink and Chum Inc., a Juneau-based hatchery company, said he believes the...


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