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Crew members aboard the Hydaburg-based F/V Pacific Fisher tend to the net on Wednesday afternoon. The commercial herring fleet is in Sitka waiting for the opening of the 2013 sac roe herring fishery. State managers reported predators were visible during an aerial survey conducted Wednesday morning, but that the herring were not visible from the air. The state research vessel Kestrel to Sitka when the fishery is placed on two-hour notice. (KCAW photo by Ed Ronco)

Crew members aboard the Hydaburg-based F/V Pacific Fisher tend to the net on Wednesday afternoon. The commercial herring fleet is in Sitka waiting for the opening of the 2013 sac roe herring fishery. State managers reported predators were visible during an aerial survey conducted Wednesday morning, but that the herring were not visible from the air. The state research vessel Kestrel to Sitka when the fishery is placed on two-hour notice. (KCAW photo by Ed Ronco)

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