Free Symposium: Changes to the Treaty and the Southeast King Salmon Management Plan

    Wednesday, March 27th

    Event Summary

    CHANGES TO THE TREATY AND THE SOUTHEAST KING SALMON MANAGEMENT PLAN HAS MAJOR IMPACT ON LOCAL KING SALMON FISHERMEN.
    FREE SYMPOSIUM AT CENTENNIAL HALL.
    Wednesday, March 27th from 6pm to 9:30pm.

    CHANGES TO THE TREATY AND THE SOUTHEAST KING SALMON MANAGEMENT PLAN HAS MAJOR IMPACT ON LOCAL KING SALMON FISHERMEN. 
    FREE SYMPOSIUM AT CENTENNIAL HALL.
    Wednesday, March 27th from 6pm to 9:30pm.

    HOSTED BY THE TERRITORIAL SPORTSMEN IN COOPERATION WITH THE ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME

    If you are concerned about your king salmon fishing this summer, then attend this free symposium for the public sponsored by the Territorial Sportsmen in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Learn about the recent changes to the Treaty and the resulting modifications to the SE King Salmon Management Plan. Scheduled are professional presentations and an opportunity for public questions. A summary of regulatory impacts and justifications will be provided. 

    THIS SYMPOSIUM FEATURES:

    • Latest Treaty and King Salmon Management Plan changes
    • Current Northern SE Rivers king salmon stock assessments with emphasis on Chilkat and Taku Rivers stocks
    • Up to date regulatory impacts on Northern SE king salmon commercial, sport, personal use and subsistence user groups
    • Panel interactions during public question and and answer period
    • An examination of management options

    Venue

    Centennial Hall
    101 Egan Drive
    Juneau, Ak
    99801

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