Don't have a link but panel on the 9th Circuit rules in favor of UCIDA requiring the Feds to have FMP for Cook Inlet salmon in federal waters and not simply turn management if the fed fishery over to the State. Big victory for UCIDA in one sense. But in another would not be surprised to see the Council simply "adopt" state management plans in CI as their own. Pretty sure the Council does not want to take on this mess. But, who knows. It could be interesting. Imagine a FMP in the federal waters of the inlet and then state management plan in state waters that differs significantly. One has quota and the other manages based on escapement. Could put the ESSN fishers at risk if fed quota for drifters is too high to get state mandated escapements. Same for the PU and sports fisheries.