What if biologists were allowed to manage the rivers for maximum potential, without political restrictions?
There are many ideas on how to improve fisheries from the perspective of every user group. Personally, I wonder what our local biologists would be able to accomplish without interference from the public. Could you imagine no laws to mandate windows of opportunity, no extremists “sharing” their opinions, and no politicians trying to gain support for their agenda?
If biology alone was used to produce the maximum, healthiest run of fish possible, what would the surplus be, and wouldn’t we all benefit?
Let’s allow the folks at Fish and Game to use their education and research to do the job we are paying them to do.
Robert L. Correia
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