Alaska Announces Non-Retention Of Chinook Salmon Throughout SE Alaska, ‘Poor Production Conditions’

Due to poor ocean survival conditions for chinook (king) salmon, which are persisting in Southeast Alaska and British Columbia, extreme management measures are necessary to restrict harvests in coast wide fisheries that are directed at stocks originating in Southeast Alaska, Northern British Columbia, the Fraser River, and the Washington Coast, says the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

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