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Old 04-12-2013, 05:52 PM   #1
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Just wondering if it is ok for me to use my air bags to move some reef balls and pyramids that have been dumped outside of the LARS area? Sounds like an easy way to get some private numbers.
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Old 04-12-2013, 05:58 PM   #2
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Yes do it. nobody owns that spot.
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Old 04-12-2013, 06:47 PM   #3
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Yeah, it is not illegal, so it must be OK right? Isn't that the BS logic going on in the other thread?

You want to sell me the new numbers after you move them?
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no one owns the spot but I wonder who owns the property below it?
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how is it easy- first need to get a permit, then use the bags to raise then and move them. why ???????????????????????
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I just hook them and drag them a few miles away.
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Yea that's all you really need to do is hook to them depending on how heavy they are. I wonder how heavy the county balls that were put down are? Nobody owns them since they were put in the water.
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I am not deploying them so I would not figure I would need a permit. Just towing trash that the county dumped outside of the LARS area.
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Sometimes organizations like cca and uwf sink stuff as well. All fair game once it leaves the barge.
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Come on, lets stop thinking small. What about the avocet, or oriskany? Lets drag one of those babies into about 600. After all, they don't belong to anyone. And in 600-800 foot they would serve dual purpose; good deep drop spots and good trolling spots.
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