LETTER: Predators salmon’s biggest problem on Snake River

Mike Carman was right on in his article in the Peninsula Daily News on Aug. 8.

I think seals are devastating the salmon.

One thing he didn’t include in his article is the high number of salmon that are eaten below the dams on the Snake River.

I fished below Lower Granite Dam a couple summers ago and was amazed to see the vast number of seagulls and pelicans feasting on the salmon coming down river.

I don’t think it’s the dams causing the trouble on the Snake River but rather the predators that are feasting on the salmon as they try to make it down river.

Mark Jacobson,

Sequim

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