Alaska To Test New Selective Harvest Setnet Gear, Looking For Way To Catch Surplus Sockeye While Protecting Kenai King Salmon At Historic Lows

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced this month that it will be conducting a study of set net harvest selectivity for sockeye and king salmon in Upper Cook Inlet. This study will take place along the Kenai Peninsula in the Upper Subdistrict of Cook Inlet at a set net site located approximately one mile south of the mouth of the Kenai River began July 8 and continuing until August 10.

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