Bristol Bay Fisheries Report June 30 2016

Jun 30, 2016

Tonight we hear about an opener in the Naknek-Kvichak District, summer school has started at Ekuk - and take a quick look at the state's seafood marketing budget.

Kiana Putman on board the Centaur, during one of this season's early openers on in Igushik. More than one way to look for jumpers. She wants some KDLG swag in return for use of this photo ... you got it.
Credit Stu McTaggart allowed use of his photo "only for the fame"

The total run to Bristol Bay as of Wednesday: 3.6 million fish. Wednesday's catch was 336,000, bringing the season total to 2.5 million, and the Nushagak still makes up the largest chunk of that with 223,000 fish counted yesterday for a total of 1.4 million in the Nushagak.

Tonight we hear the belugas and test nets are turning up more fish in the Naknek-Kvichak District, and Area Management Biologist Travis Elison is opening the district to set-netters tomorrow with an eye on the storm that could blow in even more. Plus, we hear from some set-netters around the bay, check on the state's seafood marketing budget, and learn about a different sort of summer school at Ekuk.

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