Southeast Alaska's Pacific herring populations seem to be on the rebound, but even in fisheries regarded as healthy, some contend herring are significantly depleted from historical levels indicated by archaeological records and cultural memory.
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Experts know it's coming. They just don't know exactly when, or how severe it will be. A team including the U.S.
Audrey Armstrong was fly fishing for silver salmon on the Jim River when the sun shone off a fish. "Wow, I know I can make something with this," she thought.
Most people know False Outer Point is a good place to fish for king salmon in late April and May. What they don't know is why. Bill Heard, a retired scientist with NOAA, has a theory that answers that question.
Sitka is raising its bet on something it and other Southeast Alaska towns know well: water.
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