They may not have been salivating, but fishers were definitely savoring the moment Wednesday when 160,000 finger-size baby salmon were poured from a tube out of a tanker truck into a net pen at Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay.
The squirming 6-month-old chinook brought down from the Mokelumne River Hatchery are not only a meal ticket for anglers, but also could represent the future of the entire industry if ocean and river conditions don’t improve for wild fish.

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