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Old 05-28-2017, 10:16 AM   #11
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Old 05-28-2017, 10:25 AM   #12
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Don't have a dog in this fight, but though I would comment about throwing remains of fish in the water. At Sherman Cove when we had cleaning stations on the water and were allowed to throw the remains in the water, we had an abundance of crabs and pin fish. Crabs to eat and Pin Fish to fish with. Then, someone said it was taking the oxygen out of the water (the area is flushed daily with tide flow) and put a stop to it. Now, very few crabs and pin fish. I miss the pin fish!
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A slightly different question:

Do you disapprove of cleaning fish at the ramp and discarding the remains in the water ?
I don't care about that one bit, others may. Going to one of the busiest public launches on one of the busiest weekends of the year and tying to the dock with a sign that reads "For launching and retrieving boats" and cleaning your fish is what I don't like. The whole world revolves around some people though but I don't believe that is me.
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People lose all their common sense at boat ramps.

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If you're preventing people from launching or retrieving, then you shouldn't do it -- period. I usually launch at the Marina Oyster Barn, Bayou Texar launch and I have to pull up to the dock to retrieve my truck and trailer. I've never had a situation where someone was preventing me from finding a space to pull up to until I retrieved my trailer even on the busiest days. Yes, there are people in front of me but that's normal. In fact, I've thought about laying up on the south dock to clean fish with my stern facing the bridge and chunking the carcasses toward the bridge. I could do it without getting in anyone's way and still leaving plenty of room for someone to use the south dock. If I saw someone doing that it wouldn't bother me in the least.
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There oughta be bleachers and a beer stand at boat ramps. Jus' sayin'....
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Old 05-28-2017, 07:29 PM   #17
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Cleaning fish is the least of the problems at Galvez, the people using the area as a social gathering is far worse. Drugs, drunks, swimmers, jet skis going full speed, people that don't know what "no wake" means parking over the lines, etc, etc. its amazing to me how many people living around so much water don't want to be around things fishy. Every boat ramp should have fish cleaning stations, makes no sense that they don't.
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If they are cleaning fish make sure they break the neck of the fish so the fish can sink to the bottom and not float
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