As of June 1st many fishing areas have opened for Wild Salmon. The weather hasn’t cooperated as hoped and landing have been light. King have been almost non-existent from anywhere but the Copper River. This goes against projections. Kings were thought to be very light but our reports from our favorite Copper River fisherman says otherwise. They have landed more Kings so far this year than most of the seasons total of the last 2 years. This, of course, is one fisherman’s findings. Not everybody is having that kind of luck but we do see more Copper River kings than we expected. The hope is this translates to a better overall King Salmon catch than we have seen in the past few years. Only time will tell. We expect landings from the many open areas to increase production volume and lower prices We feel the week leading to Father’s Day will be a great time to promote Wild Alaskan Salmon.
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