Norway is dealing with its own pink salmon crisis

While Alaska and Russia struggle under the weight of massive runs of pink salmon and collapsing salmon markets, Norway says its rivers are being invaded by the fish.

Vidar Isaksen is the general manager of the Vestre Jakobselv hunting and fishing association, which works to catch pink salmon that invade Norway's rivers that are home to wild Atlantic salmon.
Vidar Isaksen is the general manager of the Vestre Jakobselv hunting and fishing association, which works to catch pink salmon that invade Norway's rivers that are home to wild Atlantic salmon.Photo: Vestre Jakobselv jeger- og fiskerforening
Published 16 August 2023, 21:49Updated 16 August 2023, 21:56