New Gulf of Alaska king salmon bycatch limits passed by North Pacific Fisheries Management Council

There was almost certainly going to be a cap. All the other trawl fisheries had one, and concern over the health of Alaska’s chinook runs has only increased in recent years. The question was just how much chinook salmon could the Gulf’s trawl fleet take unintentionally before they would have to pull up their nets and stop fishing, period. continued @ APRN – Juneau

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