COVID-19 threatened Alaska’s fishermen. Here's how they persevered.

In the Bristol Bay fishing region, efforts developed in response to COVID-19 seem to have paid off.

The Naknek River is 35-miles long and flows into Kvichak Bay, an arm of Bristol Bay, host to the largest sockeye salmon run in the world.

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