Federal officials believe fish populations appear to be unharmed by a massive landslide near Sitka last month.
KCAW reports U.S. Forest Service officials say the sockeye run likely wasn't affected when the landslide came down into Redoubt Lake.
The subsistence fishery will take place normally. Sockeye beginning returning to the lake around July 4.
Subsistence dipnetters get a chance at the fish in the lake's outlet stream.
Later, the fish enter the lake's inlet stream, which is now under about 20 feet of rock, mud and timber.
But Sitka Ranger District ecosystem biologist Perry Edwards says it's a low enough gradient that they should be able to get up it.