Mushers Relieved As Kusko Fishing Restrictions Loosened

Dog mushers in remote Alaska are breathing a collective sigh of relief as fishing restrictions are being relaxed on the Kuskokwim River. Mushers along that Western Alaskan river feed their dogs fish because it’s nutritious and inexpensive. But this year, because of restrictions, they got a late start.

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Charles Enoch is a reporter at KYUK in Bethel.

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