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Old 04-07-2012, 05:07 PM   #1
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I am going gigging in AL down from Pirate's cove on county road 95 right off hwy 98 tonight. My girlfriend is loading the boat now!!!!

Does anyone know if i need a AL licence for stabbing if no fishing poles????
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Old 04-07-2012, 05:20 PM   #2
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Yep Richard you sure do. Good area you're going to. I've been checked twice this year and make sure you have all legal coast guard equip.
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Old 04-07-2012, 05:36 PM   #3
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[QUOTE=bamafan611;870694]Yep Richard you sure do. Good area you're going to. I've been checked twice this year and make sure you have all legal coast guard equip.
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If the boat didnt have a gas motor on it does it have to be current registered. I was told only boats with motor need to meet all coastguard regulation and be current. Have u heard this?
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Yep Richard you sure do. Good area you're going to. I've been checked twice this year and make sure you have all legal coast guard equip.
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If the boat didnt have a gas motor on it does it have to be current registered. I was told only boats with motor need to meet all coastguard regulation and be current. Have u heard this?
I am almost sure you are correct. No registration required. Just give the Coast Guard a call and they will be happy to tell you.
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Correction.

If it has a motor, yes it has to be registered.
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Old 04-07-2012, 08:29 PM   #6
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Headed out in about 10mins I'll post some pics Monday if the stabbing goes well? Dang I sure would love to have flounder cooked for Easter festivities!
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"My girlfriend is loading the boat now!!!!"


That is some proper training if I have ever seen it. If I ask my soon to be wife to load the boat she would laugh. Do you offer training classes?
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good luck and post some pics
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Old 04-09-2012, 11:46 AM   #9
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Yea she had everything in the boat and ready even had the truck backed up to the boat but she is only @115 pounds and 5'6 so I had to put the boat on the ball and head out!!! We push poled for about an hour or so with no luck( water was cloudy also) and then just fished some lights till midnight and headed home. Lots of white troute. O and she drives so I can drink!!! What can I say she loves to FISH. And as far as training classes she cant get along with a female long enough to assosiate with one that long. She hates drama and thinks all women are back stabbing winny helpless sex trophys LOL.

Needless to say she makes a great friend for me.( and no she has no sisters) Been together over a year and had 1 small fight.
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Yea she had everything in the boat and ready even had the truck backed up to the boat but she is only @115 pounds and 5'6 so I had to put the boat on the ball and head out!!! We push poled for about an hour or so with no luck( water was cloudy also) and then just fished some lights till midnight and headed home. Lots of white troute. O and she drives so I can drink!!! What can I say she loves to FISH. And as far as training classes she cant get along with a female long enough to assosiate with one that long. She hates drama and thinks all women are back stabbing winny helpless sex trophys LOL.

Needless to say she makes a great friend for me.( and no she has no sisters) Been together over a year and had 1 small fight.
just make sure she doesnt look and see you posted her weight on the internet, that could start a fight. a girl that like fishing and a designated driver sounds perfect.
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