Cook Inlet Salmon is a Prime Example of a Fishery Magnuson Has Not Been Able to Help
SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] Opinion by David Martin - April 19, 2016
Martin is the President of the United Cook Inlet Drift Association
The Magnuson Act 40 Years Later - Promises not kept for all fisheries
The problem is that many important fisheries have been left out of the fold of the Magnuson-Stevens Act. The Cook Inlet salmon fishery is a prime example. Every year, some 10 to 30 million salmon pass through Federal waters in Cook Inlet, in route to their native streams....
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