Salmon caught in Youngs Bay in the spring are among the first fresh salmon of the year to land in front of Pacific Northwest consumers — and fetch a high price per pound for local fishermen.

But commercial gillnetters worry that a damaged gangway at one of the few remaining docks close to the fishing grounds could make for a chaotic — and less lucrative — season.

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