From Kyle Hopkins in Anchorage --
More on the tension over an ongoing ban on subsistence king salmon fishing along the Kuskokwim River. In this clip, residents can be seen shouting at a trooper as he appears to cut a net and seize salmon.
State and federal wildlife troopers seized nets and fish this week on the lower river, enforcing a subsistence ban aimed at protecting future king salmon runs. Elders in Akiak and other communities encouraged people to defy the ban, calling it inhumane for villagers who consider salmon a traditional food source.