Friday, May 25, 2012

Two charged with illegal fishing at Copper River

From the Alaska State Troopers:

Location: Copper River flats
Type: Commercial fish closed period
On 5/24/12 airborne Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Cordova Post, observed a vessel operating a drift gillnet during a closed period. The investigation revealed the vessel to be the Remora operated by Pete D. Hoepfner of Cordova. Subsequently he was issued a summons with an arraignment date of 6/13/12 in Cordova District Court.

Location: Copper River flats
Type: Commercial fish closed period
On 5/24/12 airborne Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Cordova Post, observed a vessel operating a drift gillnet during a closed period. The investigation revealed the vessel to be the Shiloh operated by William A. Bailey III of Cordova. Subsequently he was issued a summons with an arraignment date of 6/13/12 in Cordova District Court.

5 comments:

  1. to many fish!!!

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  2. ..."too" many Bozos!

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  3. Too bad the price couldn't stay up.

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  4. ...too many GREEDY Bozos.

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  5. Having to many fish in the net and though they started picking early , fishing during a closed period makes it sound like they were on the sneak fishing sunday night when in fact it is nothing like that!

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