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Old 05-02-2008, 08:38 AM
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No More Salmon Fishing

Now this a shock. No more commercial or recreational salmon fishing along the entire west coast!!!!

Wow, I don't know what else to say. What do you all think?

All salmon fishing banned on West Coast
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Wow I thought everyone already heard about that? Not happy at all! But as far as I heard it was on this season.
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Sorry Tiff, I must be a little slow then.
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Uh, the date on the article is 5-2-08, and it refers to current events?

I don't think you're all that slow Mark.
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Speculation is the humbolt squid got them.

The Alaska commercial quota got cut buy 1/2 also.
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Uh, the date on the article is 5-2-08, and it refers to current events?

I don't think you're all that slow Mark.
I thought I was on the cutting edge of current events, but I know sometimes local news doesn't make it out for a while.

When did you first hear of this Tiff?
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Sorry Tiff, I must be a little slow then.
Sorry didn't see the date on your article. But they actually closed ocean fishing back in March, I believe but still left some of the rivers open.

And it's probably not the squid it's the dang seals!
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This is kind of hard to weed through.... but there has been lots of releases about salmon seasons.

Resources: Viewing - Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
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But they actually closed ocean fishing back in March, I believe but still left some of the rivers open.
Wow! So was it just salmon or all fish?
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Sorry didn't see the date on your article. But they actually closed ocean fishing back in March, I believe but still left some of the rivers open.

And it's probably not the squid it's the dang seals!
Seals get them after there hooked, sometimes you can't get one passed them. The seals have been a constante the last 20+ years.
Commercial guys saw alot of sqiud bites, wounds.. on salmon last year. It's the first time thay seen that, and there seems like there's more sqiud the last few years.
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