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Kal Nicholson

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Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018
The WDFW have too much power. Leave the raccoon Mae alone, give her back to the Greers and go and find some real law breakers, like poachers. She they people you work for, the people residing in Washington State that there's a heart somewhere in your office. Its obvious this raccoon poses no threat.

Jim Dicus

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Friday, Oct. 27, 2017
Fishing and hunting here is sad. I go out of state where I guy still has a chance on public ground and can catch fish that aren't scarred up 9 inch planters. Also must be a lawyer to comprehend the regulations

Michael Little

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Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017
Completly revenue driven. Mismanaged and have made every fishery a derby. Try to launch a boat on any openings for halibut, salmon, anywhere in Washington and your risking your life just getting your boat in the water.

Leslie Neilson

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Friday, May 26, 2017
I found the agency to be quite helpful when I called (and I wasn't expecting them to be).... My questions were answered and the problem I originally called with was handled quickly and to my satisfaction.

Robert Robwhite

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Saturday, April 29, 2017
I wish I could give it zero. We have deals going on behind closed doors. All they want is our money and give us nothing. Its pretty bad to see grown men fight at the dock so they can risk their lives to most likely not catch a Halibut. Shame on Heather Reid and her cronies for doing this to we the people. We need to start a petition to get them out of this money making shady deal making office. I had a short talk with her about a year ago and she made it real clear we the people don't matter. Only the commercial interest of the tribes mattered. SHE NEEDS FIRED AND HER WHOLE CREW. Shame on this dept for risking the life's of sportsman and giving us all the shaft and stealing our money and taking what is a rightfully the people's resource not a commercial industry. This dept has destroyed small community's from Sekiu, Clallam Bay,and Port Angeles. I'm not going to fish at all but that's what Heather Reid wants so I'm Crabbing. I'm sure they will take that from us too. I think what they really want is us all to become criminals and tell them to get bent. The worst part is everyday Halibut is open I have to work and watch all the boats drive by. FIRE HEATHER REID

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