Alaska's pink salmon season, which started slowly, has finally picked up in the last two weeks, largely thanks to an influx of fish into Prince William Sound.

Overall, there have been around 32.6 million salmon harvested statewide as of Wednesday, with around 72 percent of the fish coming from the Prince William Sound (PWS) region, where the majority of hatchery-produced pink salmon production is located. The total harvest so far is still less than 1 percent of the 124 million expected this year.