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It was the 31st iteration of the ceremony.
Many fish slated for release next spring were destroyed to preserve resources.
The vessel will be dragged into the Gulf and scuttled.
USCG WHEC-724 represented on their day — July 24.
They were looking for a boat with history. They found it.
Don’t mistake the tone of this, I am not making light of traveling during a pandemic.
Alaska is our country’s last salmon state.
The social benefits of herring eggs are under fire.
They want to hook fish and customers.
The bite is on.
It’s a little smoky and a little salty.
Projections for king salmon are low once again.
Get ready to chase those salmon.
They’ve gotten support in Sitka and Juneau.
The importance of fishing and hunting isn’t lost on Alaskans or lawmakers.
Juneau could lose out on $400,000 annually.
They also took to the streets Tuesday.
He’s been key to sustaining a neutral and balanced board.
Learn a new hobby.
I am living two lives and life is going twice as fast.