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May 21 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 May 2009

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           Coming up on this week's show: Could processor linkages be removed from Crab Ratz? NOAA wants to help us preserve our fishing heritage, and what's this about MAD whales? Also, Sig Hansen comes out against Bristol Bay mining, hefty fines in Southeast, and Senator Murkowski urges expectant mothers to eat more searfood. We had help from Deck Boss Blogger Wesley Loy in Anchorage, KCAW's Robert Woolsey in Sitka, KFSK's Matt Lichtenstein in Petersburg, and KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham.

 
May 21 2009
Wet Dog Riders Waylaid in Cook Inlet - Update PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 May 2009

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            The five jet-skiers blazing the trail for a 2,000-mile race from Anchorage to Bristol Bay were waylaid before they got out of Cook Inlet.

            John Lang, who calls himself a Good-Will Ambassador on the Paving the Way Expedition for the Wet-Dog Race, said they didn't plan on stopping in Anchor Point, but wound up there anyway after getting some bad gas, which clogged their watercrafts' fuel injectors.

            Their next stop is Port Graham, near the tip of the Kenai Peninsula. There they'll decide if they should embark on the 100-mile leg to Kodiak today, or wait until Friday morning.*

            The route of this year's test run will take them on to Old Harbor, Alitak , Chignik, Perryville, Cold Bay, False Pass, and then into Bristol Bay where they'll head north to Port Moller, Port Heiden, Egegik, Naknek, Igiugig, and finally Iliamna.

 

*UPDATE: Lang called this afternoon to say he and the other riders will be staying another night in Anchor Point to install water separators in their fuel lines, and they will put their jetskis back in the water Friday morning and make for Port Graham and then Kodiak. -ed.

 
May 21 2009
Crab Festival 2009 is Go PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 May 2009

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            With high hopes for good weather and large crowds, local and out-of-town vendors had their hammers, paint brushes, food items and wares at the ready Wednesday morning along the midway at Kodiak's Saint Paul Harbor as they set up their booths for Crab Fest 2009. KMXT's Erik Wander visited with some of the vendors as they got ready.

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May 21 2009
$37K Up For Grabs in Kodiak King Derby PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 May 2009

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            The third annual Kodiak King Salmon Sportfishing Tournament is underway. This year's derby-style tournament features over 30,000 dollars in cash prizes spread across three weight divisions, nine major prizes and 20 mystery weight cash prizes. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Alaska Department of Fish and Game's Kodiak king salmon enhancement project.

            Tournament administrator Judi Kidder said this year's derby will differ significantly from those of previous years, with more prize money up for grabs and a shift in focus.

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May 20 2009
Afognak/Alutiiq LLC Responds to Senate Query on Contracts PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 May 2009

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            The system that gives Alaska Native corporations an edge in securing governmental contracts is once again under fire in the Lower 48. A provision in the Small Business Administration's rules for small, minority or disadvantaged businesses allows Native corporations to be given unlimited contracts without bidding on them. The provision was created by former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens, and does not extend to other minorities.

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