Don't know if everyone saw this, but the Alaska DEC issued a press release on elevated bacteria levels on the beaches at the mouth of the Kenai River. The source could be seagulls and possibly seals living in the area. Recommended action is rinsing all gear and exposed body parts after dip netting, and rinsing your fish in clean water before filleting them. This could help clean up some of the mess down there, concerning fish carcasses. From that standpoint it's probably a blessing in disguise.
Apologies if this was already posted.