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Thread: New Emergency Orders our Kasilof, Little Su and some Salt Water

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    Default New Emergency Orders our Kasilof, Little Su and some Salt Water

    Lots of not so great news. Please visit the ADFG web site and take a look. Not going to be a lot of happy campers.

    Worse part is it puts additional pressure on other rivers for those wishing to fish Kings. I would expect more sad news to follow.

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    Didnt see any news.........

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    here what I found on another site

    http://www.alaskaoutdoorjournal.com/...news0613c.html

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    Just looked, only sport fishing EO i see is for no felt sed wasing shoes.


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    You are looking at the statewide. Switch to Southcentral.
    http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm...o.R2&year=2012

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    Man that sucks!!!! I have a charter planned for next Tuesday on the Kasilof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnjgaudette View Post
    Man that sucks!!!! I have a charter planned for next Tuesday on the Kasilof.
    There should be plenty of hatchery keepers around.

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    I hope so, i have friends coming up fro the lower 48 and they sure would be upset, but hey, you cant control mother nature

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    its ok!! all the kings deserve a break n e ways!! i havent been able to catch one n years! sure miss the taste of it. the population has been declineing n people just got to stop poching!! i c it all the time n getting tired of that!! i like to mind my own business but enough is enough. next person i c going over board is gonna get it!!!!! thers a reason y regulations r made. its like they nevered had fish b4..better b glad fish n game dont close it down all together. ever heard of catch n release. keep some release some. think our future gens. they might not get to fish for n e.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronP View Post
    There should be plenty of hatchery keepers around.
    How do you identify the hatchery fish from the wild ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustang0335 View Post
    How do you identify the hatchery fish from the wild ones?
    Hatchery fish have their Adipose fin clipped off while Wild fish still have it present.
    Piscor Ergo Sum

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnjgaudette View Post
    Man that sucks!!!! I have a charter planned for next Tuesday on the Kasilof.


    You're not alone. I have people coming up from the lower 48 as well with a planned Kasilof charter this weekend. Hopefully we can land some hatchery fish and some reds kicking around in there.
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