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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Alaska Copper River catch nears 200,000 fish Botz: River numbers are looking good Cordova Times by Margaret Bauman - June 23, 2021 After a challenging season start, the salmon are flowing at a rate that’s within the range for escapement in the delta, as the catch for the Copper River nears 200,000 fish. Yukon Summer Chum Run Lowest On Record KYUK by Olivia Ebertz - June 23, 2021 According to sonar counts, this year's Yukon River summer chum run is the lowest on record at Pilot Station’s counting site. The records date back to 1995. NPFMC Plans Return to In-Person Meetings in October Fishermen's News - June 23, 2021 Members of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council are planning to transition back to in-person meetings in October. FYI’s AMSEA marine safety course can help fishermen — and everyone else — stay safe on the water The course is meant to educate fishermen on marine safety. It focuses on the technical aspects of operating safety gear and teaching people what to do in an emergency. KMXT by Mackenzie Mancuso - June 22, 2021 Each year, the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association offers courses on safety while out on the water. The course goes over the survival equipment that fishermen are required to have on their vessels, based on the Commercial Fishing Vessel Safety Act passed by congress in 1988.

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