Written by Linc Bedrosian
The season is wrapping up in the Southern, Outer, and Kamishak Bay districts.
"In general, things are winding down I would say," says Glenn Hollowell, area management biologist for the Department of Fish and Game.
He says there may be a few areas that continue to produce.
"There might be some seiners interested in going over to Kamishak Bay to fish for coho, but the weather tends to get really nasty there in late August or early September," says Hollowell. "I don't know that we're going to see a lot of effort over there at this time."
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