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Local fishermen fear future fishery management, delisting in SE Alaska

'It’s quintessential Alaska, and they’re trying to take that away'

A troller fishes in Sitka Sound, Alaska, heads towards the forests surrounded by large mountains.
A troller fishes in Sitka Sound, Alaska, in February 2021. Fishermen are able to continue business as usual while the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals considers an ongoing lawsuit more broadly. (Photo by James Poulson/Daily Sitka Sentinel via AP)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Chinook fishermen are celebrating the start of the 2023 summer troll season in Southeast Alaska afte
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