A small cruise line with ties to the conservation community in Southeast Alaska has filed a lawsuit over the federal fisheries observer program, saying that too many chinook and halibut will go uncounted when new rules take effect in January.Read More
Month: December 2012
Ron Rau has been trolling in Southeast Alaska for thirty-five years. He started in a sixteen-foot skiff near Wrangell, when literally anyone could become a hand-troller for the price of a $50-permit. Over the course of his fishing career, Rau often published articles in the Alaska Fisherman’s Journal. He’s now collected those essays in a new book called As the Gurdy Turns.
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When Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins is sworn in on January 15, the twenty-three year old will not be Alaska’s youngest legislator ever. That honor belongs to Terry Gardiner, who spoke with KCAW’s Robert Woolsey.Read More