DOCUMENTARY-Why do Kenai River King Salmon keep Getting Smaller??

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In the 1980’s and 1990’s, King Salmon weighing over 80 pounds were commonly caught in Alaska’s Kenai River. Today, however, King Salmon are rarely caught even weighing 40 pounds. What gives? In this video, we explore the factors contributing to the King Salmon’s dramatic decrease in size and examine whether the giants of the 80’s have a fighting chance to return!


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