Yesterday the Peninsula Clarion ran an article addressing a perceived "social issue" regarding fishing techniques on the Kenai River. I was wondering how people felt about turning the Eagle Rock area on the Kenai into a draggers (drifters) only area. I know the river gets crowded, but most of the time there is not a problem in this area. I would hate to see a season long regulation enacted to fix a perceived problem that only happens for a few weeks a season. The few boats who do try to squeeze in and backtroll when others are trying to drift are the bozos causing this potential regulation. If we allow this regulation, how many more will follow? Should we regulate backtroll only areas? I know that there are places where the drifters fish if there are not backtrollers there. I see this potentially leading to the river being chopped up into "may" and "may not" areas, and I think we would all be doing well to figure out how to get along without more regulations. Your thoughts?