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OUTDOORS ALASKA JOURNAL OF COMMERCE Editor's note: This is the eighth in the Morris Communications series, "The case for conserving the Kenai king salmon."

Fishermen focus on how ADFG sets, achieves escapement goals

Dipnetters work a bank near the mouth of the Kenai River alongside a commerical fishing boat looking to net sockeye salmon. Salmon swim a daunting course past setnets, drifters, dipnetters and anglers in order to reach their natal spawning grounds in the lakes and tributaries of the Kenai River. (THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE)
Scott Dickerson | Alaskastock.com
Dipnetters work a bank near the mouth of the Kenai River alongside a commerical fishing boat looking to net sockeye salmon. Salmon swim a daunting course past setnets, drifters, dipnetters and anglers in order to reach their natal spawning grounds in the lakes and tributaries of the Kenai River. (THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE)
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