Alaska Fisheries Report – July 20, 2017

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On this week’s Alaska Fisheries Report, sockeye numbers are looking good in the Nushagak River, but king salmon appear to be dodging nets. Some local Koliganek families have been going downriver for their kings this season.

Meanwhile, sockeye are also doing well in other regions, as are chum. One biologist in Kodiak calls this “the year of the dog.”

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