FISHERIES ENFORCEMENT TRAINING

U.S. COAST GUARD FISHERIES INSTRUCTOR DAVID TOBY, CENTER, IDENTIFIES FISHING GEAR DURING A CLASS ON ENFORCING NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE REGULATIONS TUESDAY. TOBY IS ONE OF THREE PACIFIC AREA TRAINING TEAM INSTRUCTORS FROM ALAMEDA, CALIF. HERE TO TEACH A WEEK-LONG ENFORCEMENT CLASS TO 20 GUARDSMEN IN PORT ANGELES. FEDERAL FISHING LAWS, MANAGEMENT PLANS, SPECIES IDENTIFICATION, OLYMPIC MARINE SANCTUARY, TRIBAL ENFORCEMENT, AND BOARDING PROCEDURES WILL BE TAUGHT IN THE CLASS, WHICH CULMINATES IN A MOCK BOARDING. –PHOTO BY TOM THOMPSON/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

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