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The bad news some in the tiny, Alaska fishing port of Cordovawere starting to expect came officially on Wednesday from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game: 

The catch in the 49th state’s most valuable sockeye salmon run “is the second lowest harvest to date in the last 50 years,” and the fishery that closed last week after a three-opening harvest of only 26,000 sockeye will remain closed indefinitely.

So much for the expected bonanza for commercial fishermen who opened the season with sockeye going for an unbelievable $9.50 per pound. Given how coveted these fish and how few have been caught, that price now looks low.

No fish


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