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Jul 17 2009
Kodiak Salmon Update
Friday, 17 July 2009

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            The pink salmon harvest in Kodiak Island waters has overtaken the sockeye catch. The daily harvest of pinks has been double to triple the red catch for the past week.

            Through last Saturday the cumulative sockeye harvest stood at nearly 783-thousand, while the catch of humpies was almost 654-thousand. But by Tuesday, the pink harvest was over 906-thousand, some 13-thousand more than the red total of 893-thousand. That was sparked by a haul of 155-thousand pinks on Tuesday alone.

            The daily catch of sockeye has been fluctuating between 23-thousand and 56-thousand this week, while the daily pink catch has been at least 53-thousand.

            The Karluk, Northwest Kodiak and Southwest Afognak districts have been leading the way in catch of both species, with a total harvest through Wednesday of 329-thousand pinks and 272-thousand reds. For reds, the Olga, Moser and Alitak Bay section, along with the Cape Alitak and Humpy-Deadman, and Cape Igvak (ig-vak) and Wide Bays, have been the top performers.

            For pinks, the Cape Igvak and Wide Bay district and the Duck, Izhut (izz-you-it) and Kitoi (kit-oy) bays have seen strong catches as well.

            Meanwhile, chum salmon catches have been between 9-thousand and 31-thousand the past week, with a season total of 243-thousand harvested so far. There have been 25-thousand silvers caught to date, along with about 58-hundred kings.

 
Jul 16 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 16 July 2009

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            Bristol Bay Sockeye may be winding down, but it's been a banner year; meanwhile, Alaska salmon prices have gotten a boost from problems with Chilean fish farms; and, what do you get for trying to smuggle 91 lobsters in your pants? The answer to that, and more, on the Alaska Fisheries Report. We had help this week from Wesley Loy at the Deck Boss Blog, KFSK's Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg, and KDLG's Mike Mason in Dillingham.

 
Jul 16 2009
District Mulls Best Use of $90K Stimulus Funds
Thursday, 16 July 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough School District is currently weighing its options on how best to use roughly 90-thousand dollars in construction funds it has received through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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Jul 16 2009
New Arts Council Director at the Helm
Thursday, 16 July 2009

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            After a long, extensive search the Kodiak Arts Council has a new director. KMXT's Diana Gish spoke with Tom Quass (k'wass) about his new role and hopes for the council.

 

 
Jul 16 2009
Day, Bag Limits Doubled at Saltry
Thursday, 16 July 2009

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            There is finally some good news for sport fishermen in Kodiak in the midst of an otherwise dismal salmon season. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced it is doubling the sockeye salmon bag and possession limit in the Saltery Cove drainage.

            According to Fish and Game, the new limits have increased to 10 per day and 10 in possession. The escapement goal for Saltery Cove is 15-thousand to 30-thousand sockeye salmon. Donn Tracy of Fish and Game said that as of Tuesday the weir count was up to about 13-thousand.

            The previous bag and possession limits for Saltery Cove were five sockeye salmon per day and five in possession. The new limits went into effect this (Thursday) morning at 12:01 a.m.

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