Young anglers hold up their catches during the Everett Coho Derby competition in September 2012. The derby may have a harder this year because coho must be released in several areas of Puget Sound. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

State reopens Puget Sound salmon fisheries, with big changes

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