SSRAA’s enhancement program includes the development of a production and release strategy that will maximize fishing opportunity throughout the region. Remote release sites are part of that strategy. SSRAA currently operates six remote sites for the rearing and release of chum, coho, and chinook salmon. Returning adult salmon not intercepted in the more traditional common property corridor fisheries, return to these release sites where a Terminal Harvest Area is established within ADF&G regulation and managed for fishing opportunity specific to this defined harvest area. As part of a large allocation plan, salmon released from these sites are directed toward specific fleet opportunities at each site.