Only a Few SE Alaska Areas Will Open, Total Limit is 148,500 Chinook Salmon
When it comes to salmon management, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is nothing if not flexible. A good example of this is Southeast Alaska Chinook salmon management, intended to protect wild Alaska Chinook of many river systems, while allowing hatchery Chinook to be caught in select areas, as escapement throughout the area is closely monitored.
Yesterday, under the Chinook salmon management provisions of the 2019–2028 Pacific Salmon Treaty, the annual all-gear allowable catch limit for Southeast Alaska/Yakutat was announced...
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