Every day of the commercial fishing season, westside area management biologist Tim Sands calls from the Fish and Game office in Dillingham to the Nushagak River sonar crew.

“Portage Creek sonar Portage Creek sonar, Dillingham office. Good afternoon,” Sands said.

Hey Tim, How’re ya doing?

On the other side of the two way radio is a member of the sonar crew, with the latest counts for sockeye, chinook, and chum salmon.

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