Tag Archives: Alaska Salmon Alliance

GUEST COMMENTARY: ‘Bully politics’ won’t solve Southcentral salmon conflicts

23523_354387901211_7651997_aEditor’s note: The following originally ran June 20 in the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman in response to Howard Delo’s “Valuable Information” in the Frontiersman June 12 and Delo’s posted comments on June 5 titled “Commercial fishing single biggest factor impeding successful Northern District coho run returns.” Read more here 07:05

Fishing Industry Fights Back Against Proposed Set-net Ban

Fish politics can be messy stuff. They’re complicated; they’re emotional, and there’s a lot of money involved. Now that a group with ties to the  lobby is trying to put the existence of the Cook Inlet setnet fishery to a vote, fish politics are being taken to their messy extreme. [email protected]  09:41

Alaska Salmon Alliance seeks solutions in fisheries debate By Paul Dale

It is part of what makes our state and community distinctive: Alaska’s wild salmon runs.  They differentiate us from almost all other coastal regions in the world. Fishing is part of our heritage, whether sport, commercial, subsistence or personal use. @homernews