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This summer, commercial fisherman from the following districts, Ugashik, Egegik, Naknek, Dillingham and Togiak, will catch 40 million sockeye salmon.
These waters are home to the world's largest returns of sockeye salmon, with some 41 million projected to swim toward their natal waters in 2017.
The watershed produces nearly half the world's annual sockeye salmon catch and supports Alaska Native villages.
According to the National Bison Association, protein-rich bison is full of iron and vitamin B-12 but significantly lower in fat, calories and cholesterol than beef, pork, skinless chicken and sockeye salmon.
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