Hatchery Restrictions Pushed at Cook Inlet Fish Board Meeting
Fisheries at Lower Cook Inlet take center stage next week when the state Board of Fisheries meets in Seward.
The seven member board sets the rules for subsistence, commercial, sport, and personal use fisheries in every Alaska region on a three year cycle. This cycle through March will focus on lower and upper Cook Inlet, Kodiak, plus statewide crab and supplemental items.
In Seward, the Board will address 47 proposals for Lower Cook Inlet fisheries.
Six deal with local hatcheries with most asserting that local operations release too many tiny pink...
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