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Fishery Management Report for Sport Fisheries in the Lower Yukon-lower Kuskokwim Management Area for 1999 and 2000
2006 CHINOOK SALMON SONAR ENUMERATION ON THE BIG SALMON RIVER CRE-41-06. Prepared For: The Yukon River Panel Restoration and Enhancement Fund
A long range dual frequency identification sonar (DIDSON-LR) was used to enumerate the chinook salmon escapement to the Big Salmon River in 2006, as well as determine associated run timing, and diel migration patterns. This was the second year of sonar operation at this site. The sonar site was located on the Big Salmon River at the same location as in 2005, approximately 1.5 km upstream of the confluence with the Yukon River. Partial weirs placed on both sides of the river were used to restrict fish passage through a 34 m opening. The sonar was configured to provide a 29º conical ensonified field, 40 m wide that covered the water column within the fish passage opening. A total of 7,308 (7,298 counted plus 10 extrapolated)...
Area management report for the recreational fisheries of the Upper Copper/Upper Susitna River Management Area, 1996-1997
Fishery Management Report for Sport Fisheries in the Arctic-Yukon- Kuskokwim Management Area, 1999-2000
Report is divided into three sections. In Section I, an overview of the Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim Management Area is provided, including a description of the area and subareas, Board of Fish activities, and management information and activities. In Section II, effort and harvest results are presented. In Section III, more detailed summaries of major fisheries and activities are provided
Compilation and mapping of fisheries information within the Teslin Tlingit traditional territory. Prepared for Teslin Tlingit Council
Kuskokwim River salmon stock status and Kuskokwim area fisheries, 2009: a Report to the Alaska Board of Fisheries
Yukon River Chinook Salmon Stock Status and Action Plan 2010: A Report to the Alaska Board of Fisheries
Subsistence and Personal Use Salmon Harvests in the Alaska Portion of the Yukon River Drainage, 2005
The zonal travel cost method is used to estimate the net economic value (consumer surplus) of the Copper River basin personal use and subsistence fisheries
Report to the Alaska Board of Fisheries: Progress Report on Genetic and Coded Wire Tag Mixed Stock Analysis of Chinook Salmon Harvested in Cook Inlet Marine Sport Fishery, 2014–2016
Sport fisheries season and management summaries for 2010 with preliminary information for 2011 in the Kuskokwim-Goodnews Management Area are presented. The Kuskokwim-Goodnews Management Area (KGMA) consists of all waters of the Kuskokwim River drainage, Kuskokwim Bay, and waters extending from the Naskonat Peninsula in the north to the south side of Cape Newenham in the south. Sport and subsistence fisheries target all five Pacific salmon species, as well as rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma), sheefish (Stenodus leucichthys), Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus), and northern pike (Esox lucius). In 2010, angler-days totaled 21,339 with the largest proportion coming from the Kanektok...