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Record Numbers of Pinks in Norton Sound

"Humpys" like these were seen in record numbers in 2016 in the Shaktoolik and Unalakleet rivers.

According to fish reports, 245,000 pinks were counted at the Shaktoolik River — and 744,000 at Unalakleet — on July 13th. Fishers may not have seen fish in those numbers this past weekend, but they’re soon expected to “shoot back up,” says ADF&G.

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Sounding Board: Subsistence Hunting

Hunting artwork at the Teller School

This Thursday on Sounding Board (December 6, 2012 at 10am), we’re talking about subsistence hunting. Why is subsistence important to your family? Has hunting in your village changed over the years? If so, how? What are your favorite stories or memories of subsistence hunting? JOIN THE CONVERSATION

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Update News: Wednesday, July 25, 2012

In Wednesday’s News: Troopers in Nome looking for missing 17-year-old Jared Wiggins; Pilgrim River may reopen next week for subsistence fishing, late runs in Norton Sound; AK lawmakers meet next week, talk about commercializing natural gas resources; Nome resident quietly fights in one-man crusade against Nome’s litter.

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