The following are a list of names and numbers of the people involved in making the decisions for the Spokane Tribe regarding regulations on the Spokane arm of Lake Roosevelt.
Spokane Tribe DNR BJ Kieffer - 626-4427; Lake Roosevelt Fisheries Deanne Pavlik-Kunkel - 626-4412, Tamara Knudson - 626-4413, Andy Miller - 626-4416 BPA coordinator Warren Seyler - 626-4422.
The Spokane Tribe as well as the other tribes in the area gets almost all, if not all, of their funding from the Bonneville Power Administration below are the names of the people overseeing their projects at BPA and any comments about their projects should be forwarded to them:
Bill Maslen - Director Environment Fish, and Wildlife; Peter Lofy - Project Supervisor, Carlos Matthew - Project Manager 800-282-3713 (Toll Free) or mailto:email@example.com.
Currently the Northwest Power and Conservation Council are reviewing the Spokane Tribes Projects for funding. Comments to the council about the Tribes projects should be referred to:
Tom Karier: firstname.lastname@example.org
509-359-2470; Phil Rockefeller: email@example.com
206-842-3748; Stacey Horton; firstname.lastname@example.org
509-359-2470; Tony Grover; email@example.com
The BPA is set to give the Spokane Tribe $10 to $20 million over the next five years to continue management of the fisheries in lake Roosevelt. If you are unhappy with the way your fish are being managed for you contact all of the people listed above. However, make sure you do your research before you contact them because they will know the reasons for the different regulations. If you do not know the underlying reasons for the regulations you will come off as a fool and anything you may recommend will just be disregarded.