Monday 12 January 2009

Seeing the Natural Light

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Anonymous said...

Hi Juliet,

The salmon in Scotland are a different species and typically smaller. In Alaska alone, there are 5 species of salmon, the king being the biggest.

When I was there in 2006, one of the anglers I fished with caught a king that was nearly 5 feet long, 72 inches!! I can't even imagine that!

Alaska does a really good job at managing their fishery. Anglers from around the world fish Alaska, so they have a very big interest in keeping the fisheries strong and healthy. Fishing is probably, aside from oil and gas perhaps, one of the largest industries in the state.

Juliet Robertson said...

Hello Joel

Thanks for all the fishy comments. For other readers looking on, these comments refer to one of Joel postings on Joel's blog - on the roll on the RH column. IT's well worth a look!