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ADFG announces king salmon sportfishing regs

Alaska Department of Fish and Game photo.

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has announced this year’s sport fishing regulations for king salmon fishing in Southeast Alaska and Yakutat.

The regulations took effect Wednesday, and will remain through next year.

According to the department, the resident bag and possession limit is three king salmon at least 28 inches long.

The nonresident bag and possession limit for most of the year is one king salmon at least 28 inches long. During May and June, the possession and bag limit increases to two kings.

Additional information can be found online. A link is posted with this report on the KRBD website.

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