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Kodiak Pink Run is Poor, Late, or Both – Lowest Since 70s

Salmon fishermen in the Kodiak Management Area are harvesting about 200,000 pink salmon a day, which, according to Fish and Game Area Management Biologist James Jackson, is right up there among the slowest of pink salmon years. “We are having one of the poorest pinks runs we have seen in a very long time. Usually by the beginning of August …

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