Bristol Bay Fisheries Report July 13, 2016

Jul 13, 2016

Tuesday was another 2 million fish day, lots of fishing opportunity through Bristol Bay, and even more sunshine – but where are those Kvichak fish? All that and more on tonight's fish report.

Crew and canine companions enjoy the golden hour at Nushagak Point on July 12, 2016.
Credit Hannah Colton/KDLG News
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The total Bristol Bay run through Tuesday, 30 million fish. Tuesday’s harvest was 1.9 million, bringing the season total to 21 million. Tuesday’s escapement 1 million for the rivers counting, season total 7.6.

Tonight, researcher Curry Cunningham gives some perspective on what’s to come, Area Management Biologist Tim Sands talks about plans for the Nushagak and Togiak districts, and KDLG's Dave Bendinger takes us to see the work done at Icicle’s Wood River plant.

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Looks like we’re not the only ones trying to put away fish for the season. Tender crew are doing the same!