Prince William Sound Pinks on Record Pace

After a lackluster-at-best 2009, this year’s commercial pink salmon season in Prince William Sound is on near record pace heading into the home stretch. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says the pace has been so brisk that it’s left processors struggling to keep up. Some of that work is being farmed out to Kodiak and Southeast, where business has been slower, and with daily harvest numbers still running in the 2-million-fish range, the record for Prince William Sound should be within reach. KCHU’s Erik Wander has more:

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