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News Summary June 13, 2019
Today's Main Story: Salmon Harvests in PWS and Copper River Strong, Preseason Showing in Chignik Worrisome
Harvest and escapement statistics from the Copper River and Prince William Sound are above preseason forecasts, but Chignik’s early showing of salmon past the weir are significantly below forecasts. Meanwhile, the Port Moller Test Fishery, the best indication of what’s ahead for Bristol Bay, is just starting to gather numbers...
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