Re: Fish Consumption Rates
"The state’s current fish consumption rate of 6.5 grams per day – about one 8-ounce seafood meal per month – is one of the lowest in the nation, despite the fact that Washington has one of the highest populations of seafood consumers. That rate has been in place for more than 20 years and is not protective of most residents, especially tribal members and others who consume large amounts of seafood. Furthermore, tribal treaty rights depend on fish and shellfish being safe to eat."
WOW... like GRB, I must be another hyper-consumer of seafood.
8 oz per month.... YGTBFKM, right?
If that's all the seafood the non-fishing JoeQ public is typically consuming, then maybe it's time to cut back commercial quotas for the tonnage dudes supposedly "fishing for the public".
BTW, ain't the tribes doin' that already?
Long Live the Kings!
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