Anglers in the South Sound should see this year fishing seasons and quotas that will be similar to those last year.
That was the assessment offered Friday by Pat Pattillo, the salmon policy lead for the state Department of Fish and Wildlife following a meeting at which salmon forecasts for the coming year were released.
The forecasts will be the basis of negotiations over the next month leading to the establishing of recreational, commercial and tribal fishing season.
The bright spots for Puget Sound anglers this year will be pink and coho salmon.
More than half of the 6.2 million …