The Southeast Alaska red king crab fishery opens at noon tomorrow.
It's a fairly big deal, as this will be the first opener in six years for this fishery. The quota is a modest 201,000 pounds.
Fish and Game Commissioner Cora Campbell has recused herself from any involvement in managing the fishery "due to participation by an immediate family member."
What's more, Campbell is going on personal leave starting Wednesday through Nov. 15.