- Aug 17, 2009
- pdx oregon
But, but, but...what if it's too dark? I'm just sooo confused as to what to do now.
the final solution to strengthen the strain right? I understand Damons angle, these proprietary blend fisheries seem a little small and weak... but hey, its all a lot of rivers have or they would simply be closed.. mabe thats better for the fish in the long run, just close them until the nates can support a fishery..... or if you can't catch the ones you love... then love the ones you catch-
Can not undo the done - we can learn from it but REFUSE to. We know a lot of what needs to be done, but the darn issue of $ will screw the fish in the end. Why would it be so hard to look at what water Oregon has to OFFer and select some water for put and take, leave the others for C&R or closed until that body of water could sustain a C&R or even a catch n kill of natives on a measurable scale? Oregon has a lot of water and a lot of fisher folk, a lot of these fisher folk are willing to make changes to continue to fish this wonderful species..