Courts Stream-Access Decision Could Backfire On Anglers
Also published in The Salt Lake Tribune Sun. September 14, 2008
This article discusses a Utah Supreme Court decision that permits anglers to use streams in the state that cross private property and how the decision could hurt the quality of fishing as property owners lose the incentive to protect streams on their land.
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Randy Simmons is a Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, and Professor of Economics at Utah State University.
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