for you juneau folks on here,
Why does DIPAC choose to load up the local area with so much Pink and Chum, i know they also produce kings, but not near the numbers as Pink and Chum. Also im not aware of them producing any Sockeye or Silver, why is that?
is there some kind of benifit to the eco system by producing millions of pink and chum? i know pink have a commercial value but im not aware of chums being targeted by the commercial fleet, especially not as much as the other strains of slamon.
can someone shed some light on this, Thanks!