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    Default ADF&G Chinook Salmon Symposium

    Fish & Game will be having a symposium Oct. 22 & 23 at the Egan Center "to identify and discuss key knowledge gaps and assemble a list of potential research priorities to fill these gaps". It's a start perhaps to seeing what's going on with our king salmon fishery.

    Here's the website for more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliffhanger View Post
    Fish & Game will be having a symposium Oct. 22 & 23 at the Egan Center "to identify and discuss key knowledge gaps and assemble a list of potential research priorities to fill these gaps". It's a start perhaps to seeing what's going on with our king salmon fishery.

    Here's the website for more info.
    Thanks for posting that Jim. From a cursory overview of the "gap analyses" they hope to do it sure looks like a step in the right direction. Let's hope it's not "too little too late."
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    Exploit them to the point of no return while you allow ridiculous bycatch practices then have a meeting when it becomes a disaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redleader View Post
    Exploit them to the point of no return while you allow ridiculous bycatch practices then have a meeting when it becomes a disaster.
    I hope they are successful towards helping the kings populations increase.

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    wish i could be there, I bet they have tons of great info. One of the predators I dont see addressed are the large number of humpback whales, they stay here year round verses moving south. Bio diesel?
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    Here's the Alaska Dispatch article on the first day.

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