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Old 08-17-2011, 02:25 PM   #11
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Let's not forget that FLORIDA can still have our own season. We do have 9 miles offshore in state waters we can fish. At some point Florida is going to have to tell the feds to piss up a rope. Or we can just have our own personal seasons
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Old 08-17-2011, 03:15 PM   #12
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we can just have our own personal seasons

for it!!
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Let's not forget that FLORIDA can still have our own season. We do have 9 miles offshore in state waters we can fish. At some point Florida is going to have to tell the feds to piss up a rope. Or we can just have our own personal seasons
Texas seems to be the only gulf coast state that anit scared of losing
that fed funding for doing what they feels right and untill they quit lumping groups of fish into what they call a complex model and start getting some species-specific data it's just gonna get worse.


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Old 08-17-2011, 03:56 PM   #14
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Let me see if I got this right when this whole red snapper fiasco started a few years back:

Catch smaller and less fish = Reduced season and bag limits


After catch observations over the years:


Catch Larger and more fish = Reduced season and bag limits


Guess there won't be a season at all at this rate.

Of course this is coming from a government that can't balance a check book.
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Old 08-17-2011, 04:10 PM   #15
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for it!!
Most of the FWC will be in the woods come deer season and if your unlucky enough to get caught the fine is about the same as a tank of gas...just saying
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Those idiots dont even look at the numbers they just decide on how to futher restrict the season.

We as a recreation community need to put pressure on our marine resource divisions (county) and have all new reefs placed in state waters. We need to build a substanible fishery in state waters so we can tell the Feds to f**k off. I personally will never deploy a reef in federal waters all will be in states waters.
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http://blog.al.com/live/2011/08/next...er_season.html
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Old 08-17-2011, 07:07 PM   #18
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Those idiots dont even look at the numbers they just decide on how to futher restrict the season.

We as a recreation community need to put pressure on our marine resource divisions (county) and have all new reefs placed in state waters. We need to build a substanible fishery in state waters so we can tell the Feds to f**k off. I personally will never deploy a reef in federal waters all will be in states waters.
I completely agree. And next time the feds start threatening our road money or any other money we remind them that THEY DONT ACTUALLY HAVE ANY MONEY and simply give them the middle finger and tell them to keep their 'handouts' just like Rick Scott did with the billions of $'s in high speed rail money slated for central florida...
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Old 08-18-2011, 10:39 AM   #19
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Well that pretty much kills the fall season.This over regulation is getting out of hand.
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"Using more data from scientific research projects would give a more complete picture of the fish living in the Gulf. The present system relies largely on surveys of what anglers bring to the dock, Blankenship said."

Some people need to learn to guess the weight of their fish more accurately. Personally I stopped dealing with the survey people. They used to call me and ask about my trips and send me paper forms to fill out and I would answer them and fill them in but like other people have said, if you catch fish then you are killing them all and they shorten the season. If you don't catch fish then there must not be any and they shorten the season. Either way we are screwed so I just don't bother talking to the survey people anymore...unless they are doing the surveys in person and the chick is cute, then I will make an exception.
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