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Coast Guard personnel from the Sector Anchorage prevention department became the first Coast Guardsmen to conduct exams in Port Moller when they visited June 2-5. June 2-5, Coast Guard personnel from Sector Anchorage’s prevention department went where no Coast Guardsman had gone before when they visited Port Moller, the site of a 102-year-old fish cannery with only one or two year-round residents. The fleet takes its name from a cordial working relationship cultivated by several generations of crews looking out for one another while fishing out of the port, but that doesn’t mean these princes of the Alaska Peninsula welcomed the Coast Guard with open arms.

Located approximately 100 miles northeast of Cold Bay, Port Moller is home to the “Gentleman’s Fleet,” a flotilla of approximately 40 fishing vessels whose crews travel to the port from all over the U. “The Coast Guard had never offered fishing vessel exams in Port Moller, so the crews there were more familiar with our maritime law enforcement teams,” said Lt.

These fin clips are shipped to the lab as soon as possible (typically on day three after the vessel originally left Port Moller) and are picked up by lab staff on the morning of day four.

The lab is geared for rapid laboratory and statistical analyses of the incoming samples, and estimates of stock composition are made available to fishery managers and the public on the morning of day five, approximately two days before fish represented by the sampled fish are expected inshore.

Every Wednesday from November 2, 2016 through February 22, 2017, Alaska residents receive free general admission to the Alaska Sea Life Center upon presentation of a valid ID.

Visitors 12 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult.The test fishery occurs along the southern portion of a transect between Port Moller and Cape Newenham that is believed to lie perpendicular to the migration of sockeye salmon returning to Bristol Bay.The test fishery is believed to capture sockeye salmon approximately one week before they arrive at the inshore fishing districts of Bristol Bay and has been used since the 1980s as an inseason predictor of inshore abundance, fish age structure, sex, and length.Over the years we have observed some consistent trends in stock composition: Sockeye salmon originating from the Ugashik and Egegik drainages are more often captured at inshore stations while Westside stocks are more often captured further offshore; some stocks migrate through the test fishery early (Nushagak, Egegik) and others late (Ugashik, Alagnak).The Bristol Bay commercial sockeye salmon fishery is the largest in the world.The annual ASLC Staff and Volunteer Awards were presented by President and CEO Tara Riemer and Human Resources Manager Amy Komarek last Friday.

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