Alaska Peninsula Northern Alaska Peninsula has strong 2016 sockeye returns By Molly Dischner • Jul 27, 2016 Courtesy Alaska Department of Fish and Game To the west of Bristol Bay, Area M fishermen are still hauling in fish offshore from the Alaska Peninsula. Brown bears draw hundreds to Alaska Peninsula for spendy spring hunt By Hannah Colton • May 20, 2016 Hannah Colton/KDLG For hunters like Wayne Hott, this $15,000-$25,000 trip is the hunt -- and the trophy -- of a lifetime. Genetics study confirms fish in OPH bound for Bristol Bay By Molly Dischner • Mar 10, 2016 Courtesy Alaska Department of Fish and Game A recent study said that no matter how far from shore an Area M fisherman fishes, the majority of his sockeye catch in the Outer Port Heiden section is likely to be headed to Bristol Bay. Fish board rejects most Alaska Peninsula changes By Molly Dischner • Mar 1, 2016 Courtesy of Aleutians East Borough Few changes on the way for Alaska Peninsula salmon fisheries after triennial Board of Fish meeting. Board to discuss Bristol Bay boundary change By Molly Dischner & Dave Bendinger • Dec 3, 2015 The proposals up for discussion at the state Board of Fisheries meeting this week include some that would move the fishery near Port Heiden into the Bristol Bay fishery. Public submits 70 proposals for changes to Bristol Bay fisheries By Molly Dischner • Jul 31, 2015 KDLG Among the proposals to be considered by the Board of Fisheries in December are 24 that target district-specific management and regulations for the Bay’s commercial salmon fishery. Millrock Completes Alaska Penninsula Survey By Reporter • Jul 9, 2014 A Canadian mining company has just finished a preliminary physical survey on the Alaska Peninsula. KDLG’s Chase Cavanaugh has more on the news, as well as their methods.