Getting it right with gill-netters
Brian Tarabochia aboard his gill-net boat on the Columbia River, in 2009. Tarabochia and other gill-netters face a challenge this year as a ballot question looms and as regulators try to find a way to push the fishers off the river's mainstem while keeping the profession alive.
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#1 Sep 5, 2012
After Portland puts fluoride in their water the fish will probably die anyway
they say the fish are coming in record numbers, if they can't use nets....
what is fish going to cost in the stores? Low income people will not be eating fish even on special occasions, which is the case now it's so high priced
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