Just when you thought the oversupply of pink salmon couldn't get much worse, Norway is now dealing with what it describes as an invasion of pink salmon in its rivers.

Geir Kristiansen, head of the Berlevag Hunting and Fishing Association, on Tuesday talked during a panel discussion at a conference in Arendal, Norway, about what can be done to stop the unwanted fish, which are largely headed to Russian river systems, but make their way into Norwegian rivers especially in years of high abundance such as this year.