ADF&G launches salmon sonar in the Copper River

by Patricie Kohl

Sockeye salmon migrations are building in the lower Copper River, but you could stare into the river's muddy water all day without seeing a single fish.  That's why the Alaska Department of Fish and Game uses sound rather than sight when looking for fish in the Copper River.  AD&G completed the deployment of its Copper River sockeye salmon sonar a week ago.  KCHU contributor Patrice Kohl reports from Cordova on the site's first week of operations.

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