Upper Cook Inlet's sockeye harvest smallest in 10 years

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KENAI, Alaska (AP) - The Upper Cook Inlet had a scarce sockeye salmon harvest this year, but commercial fishers caught more coho, chum and pink salmon than expected.

The Peninsula Clarion reports (http://bit.ly/2z1Fhm6 ) that a season summary released on Tuesday by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game states the sockeye harvest was the smallest in 10 years, leading to this year's overall salmon harvest being lower than average.

Upper Cook Inlet's sockeye harvest smallest in 10 years
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