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Time to protect kings is past due

Regarding Les Palmer's July 3 column: Sunny days, giant kings, smiley clients, all rare. Part of a glorious past. P.T. Barnum and Soapy Smith would be proud of the web sites and glossy brochures.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2015-07-06/time-to-protect-kings-is-
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Compromise takes both sides

Each time this topic arises it is a case of Finnegan Begin Again. Regarding compromise, Anderson, P.C. 3-29-15, the 50 percent is out there in the wind somewhere. I do want a seat at the table. In arguments opposing the last dam on the Colorado River, David R. Brower had to remind that a compromise is not something dictated by one party. This format insists on being terse. Dictating compromise is an extremely insincere beginning.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2015-04-03/compromise-takes-both-sid
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Sportfishing group drives wedge into community

Dwight (Kramer, Peninsula Clarion, April 24) got it right. Regarding Ricky Gease's op-ed (Peninsula Clarion, April 27), equal and fair is very misunderstood in this context.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2015-04-30/sportfishing-group-drives
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Kenai River conservation efforts long overdue

A tree fell in the woods and made a noise and Les Palmer did not hear it. He witnessed dead canaries floating down stream and said nothing. He could have been a voice on the Kenai-Soldotna advisory committee, spoke out against the Dan Coffey fish board when the king escapement was lowered from 14,000 to 9,000, or opposed an in-river derby, supported in-river limits, protected the river and the king salmon when there was still something to protect. Simply put if you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2015-03-03/kenai-river-conservation-
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Fish Board spurns Central Peninsula

...resident and commercial setnet fisherman, ran out of money for a hotel room in Anchorage after the first weekend. John McCombs of Ninilchik, who submitted 26 proposals for the meeting, traveled more than 180 miles one-way to Anchorage to talk...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-16-0
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Judge rules for ADFG in lawsuit over 2013 Cook Inlet salmon management

...Game's interpretation of the management plans in its motion for summary judgment; CIFF opposed that. CIFF President John McCombs said the ruling came as a disappointment. "I just don't think the Department of Fish and Game did their job when...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-06-05/judget-rules-for-adfg-in-lawsuit-ove
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CIFF, ADFG argue need for more information in lawsuit over 2013 management

...he said. He also noted that the board made significant changes to the management plans this year. CIFF president John McCombs, however, did submit numerous proposals to the Board of Fisheries seeking management plan changes, and the CIFF members...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-29/ciff-adfg-argue-need-for-more-inform
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CIFF, ADFG argue need for more information in lawsuit over 2013 management

...he said. He also noted that the board made significant changes to the management plans this year.CIFF president John McCombs, however, did submit numerous proposals to the Board of Fisheries seeking management plan changes, and the CIFF members...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-29/ciff-adfg-argue-need-for-more-inform
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House Fisheries Committee hears from fish board nominees

...for listening to stakeholders and working to understand the complexities of fisheries management.Ninilchik fisherman John McCombs said he attended the full board meeting in Anchorage and didn't appreciate how the board generated and passed proposals...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-04-08/house-fisheries-committee-hears-from
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Board of Fisheries meeting not easily accessible for everyone

...disagreed with his assessment. "They had a couple of guys show up ... but they didn't deliberate there," said John McCombs, a Ninilchik resident who stayed in Anchorage for the duration of the meeting. "Look how many people get cut out...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-02-22-0
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