Bristol Bay Fisheries Report: June 25, 2017

Jun 25, 2017

Egegik catches put that district past a million on the season, and the Nushagak's 2.5 million total signals a run that's way early coming in way bigger than expected. Total harvest now 2.05 million, and Bristol Bay total run now 3.8 million through Saturday. We check in with Area M's Bob Murphy on the fishing in the North Pen districts, and find out how Togiak herring are being served in during a big promotional week in Seattle.

Matt Marinkovich is still getting ready shoreside, waiting on the Naknek Kvichak run to get going. So far the district total run is just over 50,000 fish.
Credit Caitlin Tan / KDLG

Area M North Peninsula management biologist Bob Murphy gives us an update on the fishing efforts there, plus a market in Seattle is dishing up some of this year's Togiak herring. The Nushagak run is screaming, Naknek-Kvichak is waiting, and those minus tides left a dozen or so boats high and dry.

Catch this program nightly at 6 p.m., 10 p.m., and 2 a.m. on AM 670, and online at KDLG.org. (With early broadcasts Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p.m.)

Letters from home to your friends and family in the Bay this summer? Email us at fish@kdlg.org or dave@kdlg.org, or call 907-842-5281. 

Have feedback, suggestions of something you'd like to hear? ReachAvery Lill / Nick Ciolino / Allison Mollenkamp / or Caitlin Tan (in Naknek)

Pushups to pass the time at Peter Pan Naknek.
Credit Caitlin Tan / KDLG