State and tribal fishery managers are predicting this year’s run of pink salmon in Puget Sound will be 80 percent below the 10-year-average.
State and tribal fishery managers are predicting this year’s run of pink salmon in Puget Sound will be 80 percent below the 10-year-average. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2007
State and tribal fishery managers are predicting this year’s run of pink salmon in Puget Sound will be 80 percent below the 10-year-average. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2007

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