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#1061603 - 02/26/23 07:52 AM Re: Chinook and trawling [Re: Carcassman]
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Or, stay out front of the lower 48 like those CA Springers, where we have greater control off our own coasts.
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#1061604 - 02/26/23 08:54 AM Re: Chinook and trawling [Re: Carcassman]
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Registered: 11/21/07
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Loc: Olema,California,Planet Earth
Avoiding having to deal with AK and BC would benefit lower 48-fish. But, remember that CA primarily targets salmon in marine mixed stock fisheries (ocean) and OR is not far behind but they have some terminal fisheries. WA has its own marine fisheries but does have extensive terminal fisheries where one can target strong stocks and protect weak ones.

The success would depend on the commitment of the several states.

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#1061605 - 02/26/23 11:08 AM Re: Chinook and trawling [Re: Carcassman]
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Registered: 02/15/21
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See, there are options ! This just needs some true leadership, and salmon management that truly deal with what the salmon , and salmon harvesters really need to make the project happen, vs what they think is the best outcome based on what they want and feel is the only outcome viable.

Sometimes reality deals less than ideal cards to us that force one to realize ”the what you needs” vs what you like or want.

This can only happen with project managers, leaders, and politicians that tell you what Can Be Done vs. Always telling us what cannot happen or be accomplished...

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#1061606 - 02/26/23 12:12 PM Re: Chinook and trawling [Re: Carcassman]
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Registered: 11/21/07
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Loc: Olema,California,Planet Earth
It will also take the fishing community, whether Tribal, commercial, or recreational, accepting that the fish come first. All the fish from the base of the food chain on up.

In some ways it similar to the situation in 80s, especially, that I am reading about right now in the timber industry. Despite laws and policies calling for sustained harvest, cut was set alt levels needed to sustain communities rather than timber.

Same will happen with fish. The fishing communities (certain special ones) are just too important to reign in.

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