A recent article:
Perhaps the folks in the Great Land already know this.
It seems to be good news, although I don't understand both sides of the issue. It appears that the folks who rely on Chinook for commercial, subsistence, recreational purposes aren't happy, even though the bycatch is reduced considerably.
The article mentions that there are 50 trawlers affected by this cap, and the cap is 7500 fish. So, on average, the cap is 150 Chinook per vessel. So if they hit one school of Chinook, they could be done (I realize this is not reasonable since the cap is not managed as an average).