Allen Cooke, left, and Nathan Cultee emerge from the hold of the Marathon after having separated out the 16 farm-raised Atlantic salmon they caught fishing off Point Williams, Wash., on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017. Two boats sailed into Home Port Seafoods in Bellingham with several of the farm-raised Atlantic salmon that escaped from their nets over the weekend.
Allen Cooke, left, and Nathan Cultee emerge from the hold of the Marathon after having separated out the 16 farm-raised Atlantic salmon they caught fishing off Point Williams, Wash., on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017. Two boats sailed into Home Port Seafoods in Bellingham with several of the farm-raised Atlantic salmon that escaped from their nets over the weekend. Dean Rutz The Seattle Times
Allen Cooke, left, and Nathan Cultee emerge from the hold of the Marathon after having separated out the 16 farm-raised Atlantic salmon they caught fishing off Point Williams, Wash., on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017. Two boats sailed into Home Port Seafoods in Bellingham with several of the farm-raised Atlantic salmon that escaped from their nets over the weekend. Dean Rutz The Seattle Times

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