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  1. Hicks outburst is a great example of the irrational, short-term thinking that got us here in the first place. There are more boats chasing big Chinook salmon in the south, so of course there is more pressure on species down here. Hick’s is like the selfish Vancouver driver objecting to adding speed bumps to his neighbourhood until Port Hardy gets them. Anyone, FN or not, who doesn’t see a problem with humans continuing current level pressure on chinook stocks down here is living in a la-la land. Time to get real, bite the bullet, or we’ll be the first area without orcas and chinook. This regional director needs to go.