Bristol Bay fishermen hit the 2 million mark June 29 ,sockeye catch still climbing!

Bristol Bay fishermen hit the 2 million mark June 29. Baywide, the total catch was about 2.6 million sockeye as of June 29. If the projections are correct, that means there’s about 35 million sockeye still to be caught, and researchers have said they still expect the pre-season forecast to come to fruition. The Egegik harvest through June 29 was about 1.1 million reds, and the Nushagak catch was about 914,000. But fishermen in those districts said that fishing still felt slow. Read the rest here 09:17

One Response to Bristol Bay fishermen hit the 2 million mark June 29 ,sockeye catch still climbing!

  1. Andres Lora-Paulino says:

    I’m not so happy at all, Are this people overfishing? Are they practicing responsible fishing? We are destroying all living creatures ‘for good’, the planet don’t tolerate more!!! There’s no decency, morals or work ethics, just business as usual!!!

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