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 Alaska State Troopers Explain Why Cordova & Tok Wildlife Troopers Are Working The Kenai Peninsula This July 


Kenai Troopers Will Pay Them Back By Heading North To Patrol Hunters 

The Country Journal asked the Alaska State Troopers to talk about recent work of Wildlife officers stationed in Tok and Cordova. They left their home posts, and have been citing fishermen for violations in the Kenai over the past week.

Here's what Logan Stolpe, of the Department Of Public Safety, said, on Tuesday, July 26th, 2022: 

The Alaska Wildlife Troopers frequently move troopers to different parts of the state on short assignments to surge resources where they are needed most. 

The personal use salmon fishery happening now at the Kenai and Kasilof rivers has many people registered for permits and high participation. The Alaska Wildlife Troopers want to efficiently use our troopers to ensure people are taking part in the fishery safely and in accordance with the law. 

On the return side, wildlife troopers from parts of the Kenai Peninsula will spend time patrolling northern regions during the height of hunting season.

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