Question on Salmon limits

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  1. TC

    TC I live with wind knots

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    yeah, this coming from a guy who just gave a newbie some shit for asking questions on another feed. cracks me up.
     
  2. Tacoma Red

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    settle, no question is a dumb question...who said that?
     
  3. Bagman

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    I have always said to people i was training "The only dumb question is the one that wasn't asked"
     
  4. hawaiianflyfisher

    hawaiianflyfisher Go big tuna or go home

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    there is a six pink limit on the duwamish river
     
  5. porterHause

    porterHause Just call me Jon

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    There is a 6 salmon limit on many rivers. I've always thought this reg. to be odd...

    "Daily limit 6. Up to 2 adults may be retained plus 2
    additional PINK."

    Does that mean the other 2 must be jacks?
     
  6. ten80

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    yes, 2 adults (some combination of coho/chum/chinook depending on river) + 2 pinks + 2 jacks = 6 fish. I don't think there is such thing as a jack pink and two of the pinks can count towards the "adult" portion of the limit. weird.