Down, down, down

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Last week commercial fishermen from Cook Inlet were in court arguing the Alaska Department of Fish and Game had unfairly cut their fishing time to protect a struggling run of world-famous Kenai River king salmon.

On Sunday, the state agency announced the king run is not going to reach the minimum in-river goal of 13,500 big fish and closed by emergency order today’s regularly scheduled, fishing period for commercial setnetters.

Protests are expected.

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