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High hatchery returns may spell relief for chinook harvest

SITKA, ALASKA Southeast fishermen disappointed by low rhinook quotas and bag limits in the coming season will be glad to hear this: hatchery returns of king salmon this summer in Southeast Alaska are expected to be among the highest ever.
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