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  • Hunting Guide Tia Shoemaker is fighting tooth and nail to ensure future generations will have the opportunity to experience the wilderness of Bristol Bay and the Alaska Peninsula. “We have something incredible on the Alaska Peninsula and Bristol Bay. All we have to do is not mess it up. Millions ...

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  • When Melanie Brown was 10 years old, her mom decided it was time for her to begin fishing the family’s setnet site on the Naknek River in Bristol Bay.  “It was exhausting,” Melanie said, remembering that first season. “Once, when I was really tired, my mom told me to go take a nap in the truck. A...

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  • AN OVERVIEW ON HOW DIET AFFECTS THE COLOR OF SALMON’S FLESH Have you ever heard that if you eat a bunch of carrots, you’ll turn orange? Salmon end up orange, pink or even red for the same exact reason: carotenoids.These mighty plant pigments have the power to brighten flesh. And that they ...

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  • Bringing a Bristol Bay Relic Back to Life  When Jeffery and Christine Smith were shown the David B, an ancient Bristol Bay tug, known as a monkey boat, it appeared that every cormorant in Washington State had been pooping on it for decades. The young couple were dreaming of buying and refurbishi...

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  • An Interview with Triston Chaney  Triston Chaney, a Yupik and Athabaskan resident of Dillingham, began fishing on his grandpa’s gillnetter in Bristol Bay when he was nine years old. He was too young to be on the deck picking salmon from the net, so his grandpa had him count fish as they came abo...

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  • Woven into the landscape and culture of Bristol Bay is the principle of true sustainability. Two hundred generations have made their home in Bristol Bay, and embraced this splendid wild salmon resource as an essential element of daily life. The Nushagak and Kvichak River drainages comprise a pris...

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