Fish & Game needs to get with the program

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Halleujah! Very well stated, Mr. Marc Bocciardi. Lake Pend Oreille does indeed have the potential to become a world-class, multi-species fishery if our management policy would not keep killing off very valuable game fish such as lake troute, walleye and warm-water fish. I have been delighted to fish around the world and have spent some big bucks to catch lake troute and walleye. In addition to the benefits such a fishery would offer the general economy of Bonner County. Millions of dollars in tourist spending would likely be the result.

Wake up, Idaho Fish & Game, and get with the program. Stop killing this valuable game fish resource trying to thrive in our lake.

NEIL OLDRIDGE

Sagle

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