From the State of Alaska
The State of Alaska, via the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), is tasked with managing Alaska’s natural resources for the good of the public and all users. In Cook Inlet, several different ADF&G offices manage throughout the watershed. Salmon management is divided into commercial, sport, and subsistence divisions of management. ADF&G is also the primary research body for the State, producing much of Alaska’s salmon science currently used in Cook Inlet salmon management.
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- Alaska Department of Fish and Game Biological and Fishery-related Aspects of Overescapement in Alaska Sockeye Salmon (2007)
- Alaska Department of Fish and Game Coho Mark Recapture Study – Upper Cook Inlet (2002)
- Alaska Department of Fish and Game Cook Inlet Dipnet Sockeye Harvest Data (by year)
- Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission Report – Changes in the Distribution of Alaska’s Commercial Fisheries Entry Permits