| State of Jefferson|
Relevant POD: 1919
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Date of Birth:||20th century|
Pete Super was a Karuk fisherman based in Requa, Jefferson. He worked for his brother Dave on the boat Sweetheart on Parade. Like many of the Karuk fisherman in Requa and other coastal towns, the Supers were angered by the merfolk's increased taking of salmon at the mouth of the Klamath River.
In 1980, the Supers ferried Governor Bill Williamson out to the middle of the Pacific Ocean to meet with the merfolk and hopefully settle the dispute. They also educated Williamson in the merfolk's use of animals such as dolphins and killer whales as "watchdogs" and "sheepdogs." Pete wasn't directly present for the negotiations.