By Anna Laffrey
Ketchikan Daily News 

State files another appeal with court to save commercial king salmon troll fishery

 


A federal judge has denied the state of Alaska’s request for a stay of an order that could close down the Southeast king salmon troll fishery this summer and winter. The last option to open the fishery this season is another appeal.

After the judge’s ruling last Friday, the state immediately filed a request with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for a stay that would — if granted — allow trollers to work while the National Marine Fisheries Service attempts to better justify the fishery, as required by the judge’s May 2 order.

“The state is requesting a decision by June 23 so...



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