Board of Fisheries Begins Annual Meeting Cycle
The state Board of Fisheries begins its annual meeting cycle today (Wednesday) at the Egan Center in Anchorage with a work session that will last through tomorrow.
The seven member board sets the rules for subsistence, commercial, sport, and personal use fisheries and takes up issues by region every three years. This cycle focuses on lower and upper Cook Inlet, Kodiak, plus statewide king and Tanner crab fisheries and supplemental items.
In all, the board will address 276 proposals – 44 directed at lower Cook Inlet in early December, 36 for Kodiak in January...
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