Proposed Early Fall gillnet schedule for Zones 4 and 5: 9, 11. 16, 18, 23, 25, 30 Aug and 1 Sep. Tight lines......
Tule, he says. 🤣🤣🤣🤯🤯🤯 Geeeeeee, thanks for the 💩 fish. We should all be so grateful. No nets after Sept 1, he says. 🤣Fine. Give up. Never mind that sports get nearly the entire tule quota, a hundred miles of river with no nets, and come Sept 2 the entire lower river with no nets. It didn't use to be this way.
The fall fishery can be/has been constrained by tule impacts. Nets taking tules might get the URB fishery shut down early. Nets not taking tules helps to ensure more opportunity for sports to get URBs. Fine. I should have said there would likely not be any more netting until after the bulk of the run has passed.Tule, he says. 🤣🤣🤣🤯🤯🤯 Geeeeeee, thanks for the 💩 fish. We should all be so grateful. No nets after Sept 1, he says. 🤣
I will wager you $1,000 there are nets in the river after September 1. Adaptive management, right?
Tribes get 30% of the URB run. White nets get 4.5%.I'll bet the Indian's are not happy. But do you think Oregon or Washington cares. They don't care about anybody but the White gill net's. I can only hope the Indian's raise hell with the Fed's. This many days is beyond ridiculous.
The tribes are largely responsible for the gillnet buyout and other bills getting defeated every year in the leg. They don't want to be the only gillnets in the water and apply lots of pressure to the leg.I wasn't talking Brights I was saying there August fishing is going to be pretty slim. There's not to many years the white nets don't surpass there quota on Brights.