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The Federal Subsistence Board on Tuesday rejected an attempt to create a new subsistence fishery on the Kenai Peninsula.
According to the Anchorage Daily News, "the Ninilchik tribal government requested the temporary fishery in August, asking that residents in the Sterling Highway community of 785 be allowed to get dipnets in the Kasilof River beginning in September."
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