We can’t save Kenai kings by destroying Cook Inlet setnetters

A few weeks ago, I went into town to shop for groceries. As I walked into the market, a man with a clipboard asked me, “Would you like to protect salmon?” Maybe I’m biased. No, I’m definitely biased by that experience. It’s not fair that a limitless number of fishing guides, who only have to take a five-day course to qualify to go into business, try to take away the ability of setnetters to fish. Setnetters spend thousands of dollars to get a permit and thousands more to buy gear. Are the guides going to reimburse the setnetters for their permits? Read the rest here 10:09

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