From _The Washington Times:
_The American Sportfishing Association, an Alexandria-based trade group, isn’t happy with an arbitrary decision by the National Park Service that would ban the use of lead components in fishing tackle in all national parks by 2010. . . .
“Their intention to eliminate the use of lead in fishing tackle in national parks was made without prior consultation of the sportfishing industry or the millions of recreational anglers who fish within the national park system,” ASA vice president Gordon Robertson said.
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