January 27, 2021

An Interview with Tim Sands, the Alaska Department of Fish & Game Area Management Biologist for the Nushagak River and its tributaries

The success of Pride of Bristol Bay relies on the success of the Bristol Bay wild salmon fishery, and we couldn’t do it without the good folks who are stewarding the future of this ecosystem for years to come. A key component of that effort are the area management biologists of the region. Steve recently had the opportunity to speak with Tim Sands, the Alaska Department of Fish & Game Area Management Biologist for the west side, mainly the Nushagak River and its tributaries. 

Listen to Steve’s full visit with ADF&G Area Management biologist Tim Sands as they discuss the sustainable management of the fishery and even favorite recipes. 

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