Who Has the Legal Right to Fish? Constitutional and Common Law in Alaska Fisheries Management

Who Has the Legal Right to Fish? Constitutional and Common Law in Alaska Fisheries Management

Harry Bader

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Fishermen and other resource users will find this book an indispensable primer on the legal basis for rights to the fish in Alaska waters. The author defines how governments and tribes have authority for fish management and taking; explains the interplay among federal constitutional law, state common law, and statutes; and describes the legal balancing needed to resolve competition for the resource. Harry Bader is associate professor at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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