Hunting and fishing: Limited entry fo...

Hunting and fishing: Limited entry for Samish River chinook fishing

There are 6 comments on the The Herald story from Aug 4, 2010, titled Hunting and fishing: Limited entry for Samish River chinook fishing. In it, The Herald reports that:

The most popular chinook fishing area on the lower end of the Samish River is private property and, because of substantial hoodlumism, littering and property damage, it will be open only to limited entry this year, by permit.

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not gona pay

AOL

#1 Aug 16, 2010
this is a ripoff ,tony doese not own the samish river,call state game officers,basicaly tony owns half the river,the side with no water on it or fish ,the public side has all the fish on it,just stay on the noth half of the river ,walk up from bayside bridge on the state side cross the river and fish,be sure to stay in the middel of the river to avoid tony or a ticket
Bow living

Burlington, WA

#2 Aug 18, 2010
not gona pay wrote:
this is a ripoff ,tony doese not own the samish river,call state game officers,basicaly tony owns half the river,the side with no water on it or fish ,the public side has all the fish on it,just stay on the noth half of the river ,walk up from bayside bridge on the state side cross the river and fish,be sure to stay in the middel of the river to avoid tony or a ticket
I have fished that thing tons of Times and the Fish are on the East Side bank....that's the same place as people have been fishing for years.....Fishing Derby on Samish 8/21/2010 Should be fun!! Should be less conbat this year too....Good Job Tony!!!
Bow living

Burlington, WA

#3 Aug 23, 2010
Bow living wrote:
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I have fished that thing tons of Times and the Fish are on the East Side bank....that's the same place as people have been fishing for years.....Fishing Derby on Samish 8/21/2010 Should be fun!! Should be less conbat this year too....Good Job Tony!!!
This weekend many people fished to permit side and caught lots of fish.... Thanks again Tony for all the Crab and Oysters at the Derby, the cost of the permit was about what I ate in Crab alone!!!!

Thanks Again!!
Adam

United States

#4 Jul 29, 2011
Will there be another salmon derby on samish for the 2011 season?
Bruce Deile

Bellingham, WA

#5 Jul 29, 2011
Teach a man to fish....and you'll have to teach him to be a stealth poacher.
Bruce Deile

Bellingham, WA

#6 Jul 29, 2011
My last comment is a parody of:

“Give a man a fish; you have fed him for today. Teach a man to fish; and you have fed him for a lifetime”—Author unknown

What with $100 out of state fishing licenses, private property; and over-regulation, a poor person will be challenged to be fed for a day let alone a lifetime.

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