Seattle Sketcher covers carrier USS Abraham Lincoln

by Tim Flanagan on August 28, 2010

Recent fishing violations suggest that officials are cracking down on illegal taking of resources.

Mark Yuasa has the story in the Seattle Times:

Fish and game violations are being taken more seriously, meningitis with some poachers getting their due in court after making bad decisions.

In the early morning hours of Feb. 27, three poachers were busted for illegally catching 39 rockfish while fishing off the Seattle waterfront in Elliott Bay.

Officer Erik Olson of state Fish and Wildlife’s enforcement division was patrolling near the grain terminal at Pier 86, a popular sport-fishing area, when he came across the anglers.

All three had valid fishing licenses, so Olson asked them to open their coolers, which were loaded with rockfish.

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Seattle Times sketch artist Gabriel Campanario has been sketching, recipe and writing about, glands
Everett-based aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln this week. His work is well worth checking out:

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1 Richard Martinez August 29, 2010 at 4:13 am

Love these posts and artwork. Thank you for covering this and sharing it with the world via this blog!

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