This year's total inshore salmon run at Bristol Bay was 6 percent above the 20-year avarege, according to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game's Division of Commercial Fisheries. The recently released 2010 summary report* said the summer run was 1 percent higher than the preseason forecast. Almost 10.7 million sockeye were harvested in the Naknek-Kvichak District, while the Egegik District saw over 4.9 million harvested. Other districts produced: 8.3 million at Nushagak, 3.99 million at Ugashik, and nearly 670,000 at Togiak. In all, some 28.59 million sockeyes were harvested, weighing almost 156 million pounds with a value of more than $148.7 million. When chinook, chum, pink and coho are included, the total haul reaches 31.16 million fish weighing in at 168.65 million pounds with a value of just over $153.1 million. While the haul wasn't spectacular, fishermen enjoyed a healthy price of 95-cents per pound. *(Note: The PDF on the state website lists the issue date as "09/22/2009." That is a typo).