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                                Annie Cromwell of Anchorage brings in a sockeye salmon while dipnetting on the north beach in Kenai in June 2017.

Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion Annie Cromwell of Anchorage brings in a sockeye salmon while dipnetting on the north beach in Kenai in June 2017.

Dipnetting is here!

The dipnet fishery opened Wednesday and will run through July 31.

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Sterling man sentenced in drug, money-laundering operation

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