Wrangell Sentinel -

The Way We Were


June 20, 1941

The newly coordinated Fish and Wildlife Service fleet of eight patrol vessels and an airplane put out Wednesday morning of this week on Alaska’s first intensive red salmon stream patrol. It’s purpose: to protect early streams from poachers, and over a period of time to bring back the early red run which has failed to materialize the last few years. Patrol vessels started gathering here last weekend. By Tuesday night all had assembled at the Fish and Wildlife float where they were joined by Assistant Executive Officer Homer Jewell.

June 17, 1966

Gordon Buness landed a 56 p...

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