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Old 03-29-2008, 12:51 AM   #1
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I have watched the same two boats come rolling by for a half year now and they always patrol water in the depth of six to eight inches..with generators roaring and electric motors stiiring up the sediment on the bottom..the bayou where I live is just beginning to show some signs of recovering it's sea grass..All we need is a bunch of a-holes destroying the delicate layers that are once again are trying to support aquatic marine plantlife..I hope we enact the same laws that govern the tampa area with no motoring inside of a certain depth..the emergent grass lines and seagrasses are much to precious to the chain of lifein this area to be blasting with motors of any kind much less a bunch of ignorant environmental rapists that I see pass here several times a week..:doh
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Old 03-29-2008, 01:09 AM   #2
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opcornopcornopcornopcornopcornopcorn opcornopcorn .......why dont you go down there and ask instead of hiding behind the keyboard andscreen and calling names
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Old 03-29-2008, 02:13 AM   #3
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Oh trust me I have...the fact is that if I really wanted to or anyone on this side of the bayou wanted to, they could have the boats seized and the people in them..jailed for tresspassing as propertyrights extend out sixty feet from the shore here and so do properties all the way around the bay where property joins the bay..except publicly owned areas.....I agree you are right I think I will do that..these are hardened eco criminals not really guys just out for a little fun they need to be jailed ...right thanks for the suggestion.Dumb ass thanks for the input but you are really off target here how about moving out a bit in a more productive zone all the flounderI have caught here have been in the two to four foot zone near structure...these guys,and probably you too stick anything that moves...I am thinking
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bayou boyextra (3/29/2008)the fact is that if I really wanted to or anyone on this side of the bayou wanted to, they could have the boats seized and the people in them..jailed for tresspassing
That would be a long shot...but go ahead and try it. By the way, under which statue would their boat get seized?
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Old 03-29-2008, 02:21 AM   #5
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Are you you the guy that when I tryed to move out a little farther that dumped his garbage into the water?
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no but lets stay on topic. What statue will the boat be seized under?
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Old 03-29-2008, 02:24 AM   #7
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I am am thinking the same one that seizes boats that fish in our territorial waters witout invites the marine patrol can and does seize boats found to be inviolation of territorial infractions..with out knowledge but if you are fishing in a no fishing area is not your catch and boat sezed as a poacher?:usaflag
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trespassing and poaching are two different laws...please educate yourself on it so that you don't look so silly...have a nice night..heading to bed...
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Old 03-29-2008, 03:03 AM   #9
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that is to say if i don't want anyone fishing here it is a no fishing area, but that is not the point nor is any ones boat going be confiscated here; I am only asking that the guys fish a little deeper we all have a right to these waters..but I have seen so much damage done to the waters of this area in thethirtyfive years I have lived here why perpetuate it by runninig over the same ground..watching your catch go down and your rights to fish depleted you are part of the problem ..let's get to the cure..these bayous are so precious to the extended marine environment..It is the nesting area for so many species..things are better now why turn them back or stall them with careless acts..hiding behind a keyboard really....It is another communication point worth a look... maybe not next year or the year after you will see better results..All I see here are your results ..they suck to what was available fifty years ago...I heard the guys talking below and they had been out for six hours and nailed two fish..flounders I hope but I am guessing a lot of lizard fish met their end also..I fish here and catch fish here knowing that they are probably high in mercury and lead levels..now bottom trawlers destroy huge amounts of fish I used to shrimp in this bay I know..the bottomhas been wrecked and disrupted the flow of life in this bay..when I first arrived here you could catch spanish and king mackeral off the docks herein this bayouyou have to go to the beach to do that now or near the pass..It is strange because the reason for this bayhou ever to have that privelege was the drwedging of the channell of what is now called white island..in 1940 it was all just a sand bank with no real channel..and when the channel was dredged the pelagic fish entered and fed on the rich stocks of alweyves and menhadden, galss minnow and the like there was no housing in navy point and fishing was awesome...so just keep on asking about rules because the only rule it seems tht you live by is what is comfortable for you..I got no love for you ..you are hungry and without a need for a new crop ..enjoy it you earned it..no laws..no rights needed the truth will set you free ..you have no respect ...for regeneration..you are only on a hungry ego trip..hope you like looking at empty mud it will only get bigger every year if you do..
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Which bayou do you live on ????
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