Reader points finger at poor management

Posted: Tuesday, August 08, 2006

It just so happens I was at Kenai Landing about a week ago. My, what a ghostly affair. The dock was full, as was the river: dipnetters. The warehouse, however, was empty.

Then I thought one half of the warehouse could be turned into an indoor shooting range for kids. Just think of it, the lead from the bullets could be smelted and re-cast into boots for Bob Penny, Dan Coffey and Tony Knowles.

They could do a dipnet high water survey in their new boots and wouldn’t bob down the channel. After all this year’s poor sockeye return is the spawn of Tony Knowles, his appointees and their convoluted fisheries management plans.

Let’s have a hook and release derby on the three amigos.

Steve Vanek


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