Fish and Wildlife Protection Troopers cited a 38-year-old Homer man for taking a cow moose during a closed season, two counts of illegal possession and one count of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.
After an investigation into a September 2001 incident, FWP troopers issued five summons to a 12-year-old boy for taking a sublegal bull moose; illegal possession/transport; removing antlers from a kill site prior to removing the edible meat; failure to salvage the edible meat of a big game and failure to immediately report the taking of an animal in defense of life and property. FWP troopers also cited a 47-year-old Kachemak Selo man for illegal possession and transportation of an illegally taken bull moose, operating a d-8 bulldozer in the fox creek anadromous fish stream. Their investigation alleges the man operated a bulldozer in Fox Creek which altered the natural flow of the creek. Additional charges will be filed by the district attorney charging him with habitat violations.
FWP troopers cited a 34-year-old Soldotna woman for sport fishing the closed waters of the Cook Inlet special harvest area.
FWP troopers cited a 24-year-old Anchor Point man for sport fishing with more than one line in Cook Inlet. He was fined $100.
FWP troopers cited a 20-year-old Anchor Point man for failing to record a king salmon over 20 inches taken from the Cook Inlet. He was fined $100.
FWP troopers cited a 52-year-old man and a 37-year-old man, both of Port Graham, for sport fishing in Kachemak Bay without a valid sport fishing license. They each were fined $210.
FWP troopers cited a 46-year-old Soldotna man for taking an overlimit of sport caught halibut from Kachemak Bay.
FWP troopers cited a 19-year-old Homer man for sport fishing in Kachemak Bay without a valid sport fishing license. He was fined $210.
Troopers at 6:53 p.m. stopped a Subaru for an equipment violation near Mile 20.5 Spur Highway in Nikiski. Troopers found a passenger, a 25-year-old Homer man, had a warrant for a probation violation on an original charge of sixth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.
FWP troopers cited a 29-year-old Kachemak Selo man for engaging in personal use herring fishing without a sport fishing license in possession. He was fined $210.