setnet Supreme court rejects effort to ban setnets By Molly Dischner • Dec 31, 2015 Voters won't get to weigh in on whether Alaska should ban setnets in urban parts of Alaska, under a state supreme court ruling. Bristol Bay Fisheries Report June 23 2015 By Molly Dischner • Jun 23, 2015 Molly Dischner/KDLG The Nushagak District is leading in catches this week, and Area Manager Tim Sands tells us the plan for the days ahead. Bristol Bay Fisheries Report June 22, 2015 By Molly Dischner • Jun 22, 2015 Molly Dischner/KDLG Today we visit a tender near Coffee Point, and fly-over setnetters at Clark's Point and Ekuk on a Fish and Game survey. Bristol Bay Fisheries Report June 21, 2015 By Molly Dischner • Jun 21, 2015 Molly Dischner/KDLG Today we hear the news the westside has been waiting for - setnets are going in the water - and take a trip from Kachemak Bay to Bristol Bay. DNR Recommends Acquiring Shore Fishery Leases By Luke Brummer • Jul 21, 2014 Luke Brummer The Department of Natural Resources is recommending that Bristol Bay setnet fishermen protect the right to fish their sites by getting a shore-fishery lease from the State of Alaska. KDLG’s Luke Brummer has more. Time to Stake Your Setnet Site if You Want a Shore Fishery Lease By Mike Mason • May 1, 2013 Celeste Novak The staking period for shore fishery leases in the State of Alaska is now open through the middle of October. KDLG's Mike Mason explains how the program works. No Changes to Setnet Signs in Bristol Bay By Mike Mason • Apr 5, 2013 The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is trying to clear up some confusion about a proposal approved at the December Board of Fisheries meeting. KDLG's Mike Mason has the details. Nushagak AC Opposes Permit Stacking in the Bay's Setnet Fishery By Mike Mason • Feb 20, 2013 Listen Listening... / 3:39 A story about opposition to permit stacking in Bristol Bay's setnet fishery. The Nushagak Fish and Game Advisory Committee has finalized their comments on the setnet permit stacking proposal for Bristol Bay that will be taken up at next week's Board of Fisheries meeting.