EPA Puts Pebble Mine on Hold

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  1. Robert Engleheart

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    freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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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.

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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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    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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    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.

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    Greg Armstrong OldRodsHaveMoreFun

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    Fantastic news!
    Lets hope it sticks.
     
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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.
     
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    This is excellent!
     
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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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    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.
     
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    Good news.
    Fingers crossed, knock on wood, no whistling or bananas in the wheelhouse, hatch covers right side up.
     
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    Save fly fishing in Ukraine…?
     
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    Finding the other half of your fish.