Regulations force fishery managers to 'thread the needle'
In response to Sunday’s article (Clarion, Aug. 21) concerning our local fishery, I too would like to congratulate ADF&G for “threading the needle” through the multitude of ill-concieved regulations placed on them by the board of fish. Biologists now have to give more consideration to regulations rather than science when managing our fishery. Unfortunately, too many Sockeye and not enough Kings passed into the Kenai river this year.
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