This image taken at the Frazer Lake weir. Frazer Lake weir consists of a series of "fish ladders" which allow salmon to ascend around a 30' falls, near the outlet of Frazer Lake on the south end of Kodiak Island. Counts are made at the outlet.
Karluk Investigations 1949. Kodiak Island. "Rough country between Larsen Bay and Karluk Lake - one of the many mishaps enroute while hauling lumber for use in construction of 2-way counting weir on Karluk River."
Joe Spicciani oral history interview with Ed Grossman. It should be noted that, at the time of this interview, Mr. Spicciani was still employed with the Fish and Wildlife Service as the Skipper of the research vessel Curlew.
Wildlife refuges; Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge; Work of Service; Personnel; ARLIS; Alaska
Kodiak Island. "Jeep is used for patrol in areas which can be reached along the highway. L-R: John Ball, chief of Aircraft Operations; U.S. FWS Frank Beals, Refuge Manager, Kodiak Refuge and W. E. (Bud) Elkins, Wildlife Mangement Supervisor,...