The Alaska Department of Fish and Game hosted its second day of the Board of Fisheries meeting at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage on Tuesday.

The session was reserved for public comment, and most of the discussion centered around Proposal 140, which would impact an area of Southwest Alaska labeled as Area M. Proposal 140 would limit commercial fishing in the area to promote salmon populations and subsistence fishing in the state.

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