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Appeals court reinstates charges in fishing case

...fishing permit.The state Department of Fish and Game in 2001 conducted a survey of the sockeye salmon fishery in the Kanalku Lake area near Angoon. The assessment found the number of sockeye had fallen to dangerous levels that put the fishery at...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2013-12-27/appeals-court-reinstates-charges-fishin
State | Local
Overfishing charges reinstated against Kookesh, others

...depleted fishery, according to a 2007 Fish and Game Kanalku Lake Subsistence Sockeye Project report, was "(h)igh...productivity of the sockeye salmon stock returning to Kanalku Lake."In 2006, Fish and Game decided that the voluntary...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2013-12-29/overfishing-charges-reinstated-against-
State
New details emerge in Kookesh case

...sockeye to be harvested from the Kanalku Lake area. One man in possession of...the annual return of sockeye to Kanalku Lake looks good this year but scientists...fish that return to spawn, at Kanalku Lake in 2001 was 229 salmon, according...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/090909/loc_491251471.shtml
Thank you

...did some trail work on the way toward Admiralty Cove, and they also rebuilt the one-mile trail from Kanalku Bay to Kanalku Lake near Angoon. This trail hadn't received attention for many years and is now in fine shape and should well serve Angoon...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092002/nei_thanks.shtml
Neighbors
Kookesh attorney says state outside its jurisdiction

...in their possession at the time. Each person's subsistence permit allows for 15 sockeye to be harvested from the Kanalku Lake area. One man with a valid permit wasn't cited. The motion to dismiss filed on Dec. 29 contends that the state...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010510/loc_543065591.shtml
State files opposition against Kookesh motion

...valid permits in their possession. Each person's subsistence permit allows for 15 sockeye to be harvested from the Kanalku Lake area. One man with a valid permit wasn't cited. A trial scheduled to begin last month in Angoon was postponed until...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/021610/loc_563673354.shtml
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