EPA Puts Pebble Mine on Hold

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Robert Engleheart, Mar 2, 2014.

  1. Robert Engleheart Robert

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  2. freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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  3. ceviche Active Member

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    Glad you found and posted it. That is such good news. Back in the 1980s,I worked on a seafood processing ship. One of the worse jobs I ever completed. Thing is, we handled one crazy amount of Bristol Bay salmon. Given that the Bristol Bay fishery is a renewable resource industry, folks need to preserve it for future generations. We're talking both jobs and food. On top of that, Sockeye salmon is my all-time favorite salmon. The Bristol Bay fishery is, I've heard, the largest Red Salmon fishery in the world. Let's keep it that way.

    --Dave
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  4. ceviche Active Member

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    Glad you found and posted it. That is such good news. Back in the 1980s,I worked on a seafood processing ship. One of the worse jobs I ever completed. Thing is, we handled one crazy amount of Bristol Bay salmon. Given that the Bristol Bay fishery is a renewable resource industry, folks need to preserve it for future generations. We're talking both jobs and food. On top of that, Sockeye salmon is my all-time favorite salmon. The Bristol Bay fishery is, I've heard, the largest Red Salmon fishery in the world. Let's keep it that way.

    --Dave
  5. ceviche Active Member

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    Glad you found and posted it. That is such good news. Back in the 1980s,I worked on a seafood processing ship. One of the worse jobs I ever completed. Thing is, we handled one crazy amount of Bristol Bay salmon. Given that the Bristol Bay fishery is a renewable resource industry, folks need to preserve it for future generations. We're talking both jobs and food. On top of that, Sockeye salmon is my all-time favorite salmon. The Bristol Bay fishery is, I've heard, the largest Red Salmon fishery in the world. Let's keep it that way.

    --Dave
  6. ceviche Active Member

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    Glad you found and posted it. That is such good news. Back in the 1980s,I worked on a seafood processing ship. One of the worse jobs I ever completed. Thing is, we handled one crazy amount of Bristol Bay salmon. Given that the Bristol Bay fishery is a renewable resource industry, folks need to preserve it for future generations. We're talking both jobs and food. On top of that, Sockeye salmon is my all-time favorite salmon. The Bristol Bay fishery is, I've heard, the largest Red Salmon fishery in the world. Let's keep it that way.

    --Dave
  7. Greg Armstrong Active Member

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    Fantastic news!
    Lets hope it sticks.
  8. Whitey Active Member

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    Fantastic news indeed.

    The amount of support we got for this cause was amazing. All different types of user groups came together and made a huge impact.

    Imagine if we could do that for steelhead reform.
  9. Kyle Smith Active Member

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    This is excellent!
  10. ceviche Active Member

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    Shoreline, Washington, U.S.A.
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    Glad you found and posted it. That is such good news. Back in the 1980s,I worked on a seafood processing ship. One of the worse jobs I ever completed. Thing is, we handled one crazy amount of Bristol Bay salmon. Given that the Bristol Bay fishery is a renewable resource industry, folks need to preserve it for future generations. We're talking both jobs and food. On top of that, Sockeye salmon is my all-time favorite salmon. The Bristol Bay fishery is, I've heard, the largest Red Salmon fishery in the world. Let's keep it that way.

    --Dave
  11. dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Well, you know the mess those guys make on the reality show "GOLD RUSH". Can you imagine mining 110 million ounces? Oh my…….. It's not rocket science.
  12. David Loy Senior Moment

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    Good news.
    Fingers crossed, knock on wood, no whistling or bananas in the wheelhouse, hatch covers right side up.
  13. rory Go Outside

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    What is our next cause?
  14. dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Save fly fishing in Ukraine…?
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  15. freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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    Finding the other half of your fish.