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Taku king fishery could pour $900K into Juneau economy

...Shelton said. "The Taku is phenomenal. Everything is just going well," said Scott Kelley, Southeast regional management biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Though it may take years for Taku River kings to develop as a brand...

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Large Bristol Bay sockeye run pauses

...8 million reds before the season began. ``It started to slow down last night,'' said Jeff Regnart, regional management biologist for the Department of Fish and Game in King Salmon. Processors ``are going to be in better condition tonight...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...8 million reds before the season began. ``It started to slow down last night,'' said Jeff Regnart, regional management biologist for the Department of Fish and Game in King Salmon. Processors ``are going to be in better condition tonight...

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the Sockeye season looks promising thanks to Help from the hatchery

...Alaska calls for 10 million fish, a number that is closer to historical averages, according to Scott Kelley, regional management biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. At peak last year, 150 of approximately 450 gillnetters in...

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SE shrimpers are feeling the squeeze

...area where the harvest is strong. Those areas close pretty quickly," explained David Harris, an assistant regional management biologist for commercial fisheries with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. The fishery quota is strictly managed...

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State to open lower Kenai to king fishing July 1

...goal of 7,200 spawners. Probably only 6,000 of the prized sportfish will make it, said Barry Stratton, regional management biologist. This year's early run is the weakest on record. Stratton stressed that the spawning goal of 7,200 to...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Alaska calls for 10 million fish, a number that is closer to historical averages, according to Scott Kelley, regional management biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. At peak last year, 150 of approximately 450 gillnetters in...

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Alaska Digest

...record the age, length and sex of the fish before releasing them. According to Tom Vania, Fish and Game regional management biologist, the project will be used to help better understand how kings are taken during the summer. The department...

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Salmon may be affected by ocean shifts

...leaves them scratching their heads. "It kind of has everyone wondering," said Tom Vania, Southcentral regional management biologist for the Division of Sport Fish in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. "I wish I had the great answer...

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On the Kenai, fishermen paid to release 'hogs'

...aquatic education. State biologists support the catch and release. "It certainly can't hurt," said regional management biologist Tom Vania. "You're keeping the genetics in the river. Anything that encourages keeping those genes in...

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