Thursday, April 13, 2017

'Bad policy'

The Seattle-based Bristol Bay Fishermen's Association is no fan of House Bill 188, which would allow "regional fisheries trusts" to hold and lease limited entry permits.

Here is BBFA's letter to legislators.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't CFEC interim Permit be the same, something that couldn't be sold?

Could be issued to a watershed resident/ state resident when a permit is confiscated when there is to many citations/violations points on said permit! Violation point could be lowered to accommodate.

Or we could do away with the dual permit, there would be plenty on the market, price would reasonable , limited entry wouldn't be in jeopardy. The BBEDC could loan the interested watershed residents the money they need to buy permits and participate in the fishery. Isn't that what BBEDEC funds are for?

So who is really behind this legislation, I smell a fish buyer, some entity that need to have control over the watershed Residents!

Anonymous said...

deception abounds!

Anonymous said...

Just a thought, If we really want to reduce the fleet to the projected numbers that the ADFG 1200 or so. Why not let us own 2 permits under one name. If you want to be a "D" permit holder let's find a way to "marry" the 2 permits. So now we will have "S" and "D" permits. A price for a "S" and a price for a "D".

The "D" permits will never be able to get a divorce and go back to being single. This will protect the Fishery and the Fisherman.

I think this could be a win / win situation. Tell me what you think! Then maybe we could lobby the state.

Have a great day, Chuck.