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  1. Many reasons–I can remember in the 50s when the Samish would be bank to bank with returning silvers–then came the Indian nets–same for Hamma Hamma-Dose-The Dewatto silver run brought people from California to fish–Look at the dept. of Fisheries history there!–I grew up on the lower sound when we got excited to see a seal!–there are so many now that areas are closed to clamming at times–coliform bacteria–The sea lions at Ballard and the year around ocean harvest have an impact as well–Regulating sport fishing will have some but little impact–S Milbrad

  2. Warming oceans affecting all sea life and weather patterns…Lack of genetic diversity affecting orcas…Culverts and dams cutting off traditional access. We have seriously messed it all up. May this case bring awareness and beneficial results oriented actions asap.

  3. I live in Anacortes. I have witnessed the Native American fishing vessels and their MASSIVE nets unwinding these sealife murdering machines on several occasions…to net fish (and the other animals that get stuck, injured, and die within these nets) is a sick, selfish, and dystopian “way of life”. Times have changed, there is food in the supermarket, no one in this country solely relies on the ocean for their food. Human cultural interests MUST take a backseat to the life of these unique creatures that inhabit our waters.

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