More specifically on Chehalis, the state shall NOT expend more than 0.8% of the wild Chehalis king forecast to prosecute a commercial gillnet fishery targeting abundant coho in 2A/B/D. That works out to 153 kings for the white GN's. At 55% release mortality, they're statistically done when they've encountered 278 paper kings.
Bottom line, that ain't gonna buy much opportunity.
Someone better pay extra close attention to the modeling and math used to get there. They are well known for cooking the books in this situation.
... Propping up an obsolete fishing industry at the expense of sound fisheries management is irresponsible. -Sg