The South Alaska Peninsula Area state-waters Pacific cod pot gear season will open at noon March 7, 2017 unless delayed by weather. If the National Weather Service marine forecast for Area 155 issued at 4:00 a.m. on March 7, 2017 contains gale warnings for that day or the following day, the season opening will be delayed 24 hours. Weather delays may continue on a rolling 24-hour basis for seven days, after which the season will open regardless of the weather forecast.
The 2017 Chignik Area state-waters Pacific cod pot gear season will open seven days after the CGOA closure, at noon March 2, 2017. The 2017 Chignik Area state-waters Pacific cod jig gear season will open 12:01 a.m. March 15, 2017.
AEB Fishermen’s Meeting Teleconference
2017 State-Waters Pacific Cod Pre-season meeting
Wednesday March 1 • 2017 10AM
audio/participation to be available at the following sites: King Cove Harbor House, Sand Point AEB Borough, Anchorage AEB office & ADF&G Kodiak
Presenter: Nat Nichols, ADF&G Area Groundfish manager
Posted on: February 16th, 2017 | Author: Student Intern | Filed under: Community Window
The Senior Class of 2017 are selling raffle tickets at 10 dollars a piece. You can win prizes including a pen air ticket. To buy one contact one of the Seniors who are Colten Mack, Dantezza P, Madison Thompson, Joshua Bravo, Abraham Bravo, Joshua Sills, Michael Stroud, and Jonathan Rotter.
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