Sometimes it seems like it huhfishslave said:Just post the regs for the Cowlitz. Nobody here fishes anywhere else, apparently.
Will see ya on the water this year!Thank you, FishinJedi, for posting the 2013 rules and regs! Now it is time to start planning out fishing schedules and destinationsâ€¦
I believe the same issues like the Skokomish (both TBD)"Puyallup River: (Pierce Co.) from 11th St. Bridge to White River (804): To be determined"
...is this because of the issues of natives and sporties or the fact that the banks of that river get littered with garbage every pink year?
No, the start was the Boldt decision.my favorite part....
"Anglers are reminded to respect treaty fishers. Anglers must yield the river to a tribal drift net fisher as the net goes by"
Is this the start of us loosing our rights to fish as well?
Ha ha hear you there bro!!! Just as long the rivers we fish are open, I'm happy!!!fishinJedi said:Most important thing to remember...READING IT before fishing! Tup:
What? Now you're going to start complaining about the length or your rod? You've had it your entire life why complain now- wink: :mrgreen:River Jim said:Rumor has it possibly next year they will come out with a limit to the lenght of your fishing rod..
codliveroil said:Amazing .. I guess The Indians own the nisqually now . They have it so there is no fishing from a floating device sunday Monday and tuesday , which pisses me off on one hand m,,,,But in the other hand there's really no kings on the days they net , and they lost one day from the past , They use to net till wednesday , But this is a pink year , so i wonder if they think i can't get out of the boat to fish for pinks , The pinks should be plentifull in the nisqually this year , The limit reads 6 fish , 2 adults with 2 bonus pinks , it should read 6 pinks on the net days because the tribe never keeps them any way ,.What ever the deal ,,, I will kill many fish in the nisqually