In dip net drama, there’s more than one side to the story

Too many Kenai River dip-netters are slobs, pigs, miscreants, call them what you want. There is no debating this. The evidence is obvious to anyone who visits the mouth of the river during the dip netting season in July. And many in the community of Kenai are once more upset. When the Kenai City Council held a hearing to discuss the dip net fishery at the start of themonth, “a parade of concerned citizens spoke on what issues need to be addressed,” The usual complaints were heard: Dip-netters litter, leave human waste on the beach, drive their boats like lunatics upriver from the mouth where dip netting is legal from boats, and seemingly worst of all, catch more fish than the limit allows Read more@alaskadispatch  17:29

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