The decline in the size of wild sockeye and king salmon continues to cause concern among the Alaska seafood industry.

Ultimately, the smaller fish drag down the overall value of the state's fishery.

While ex-vessel values of Alaska's wild seafood harvest are expected to somewhat normalize with hiring and other logistics bouncing back post-COVID, biological challenges with both salmon and Alaska pollock are weighing heavily.

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