Since the implementation of the Walker-Zales Act (WZA) for over 20 years now the CFH has been slowing progressing toward a derby fishery. But it?s not just been focused on the just CFH is been implemented to the private angler and even tried on the commercial fishermen as well.
These two have pushed the WZA (twin screw management act) on the CFH, private angler and commercial fisheries for many years. Constituents are saying ?its time to stop this horrendous WZA approach to fishery management?.
Since Walker was not re-elected to the council the WZA (twin screw management act) has lost almost all of its support. The few weak reaming puppets are holding on with the wizard hoping to keep him his job as the supreme genocide fishery management lord.
Zales has worked hard at keeping his job as the self-appointed wizard and spokesman for many years. Reports have it that recently the twin screw management team has ended their long time friendship. It appears now that with only one screw operating he will continue rounding up in circles. Status Quo!
Sources recently at a CCA meeting over heard the wizard saying ?Hey if you can?t screw a friend who can you screw? and then he started to violently lol. CCA spokesman and good friend of the wizard were questioned by the media on his comments. He was quoted as saying ?I have no comment and I need to get back on my computer?, ?Mostly child?s play?.
The NMFS is now taking action and has decided to move forward with more sustainable fishery management plans. Catch share management plans have been proven very successful in the Gulf of Mexico commercial red snapper fishery and should be considered in other management plans.
Reef species swimming all along the Gulf are excited and thankful that the twin screw management plan is being dissolved. Although recently at a news conference the wizard said ?those fish are not safe as they think!? ?I?m currently working hard with the pathetic few left listening to my BS for so many years. ?Hopefully I can come up with a least one more model to help continue the derby fishery that I?ve worked so hard to develop?.
Local fishermen are disgusted and have finally after twenty years of atrocity decided its time for sector separation. Local fish named Mr. squeaky said ?It time to grease them wheels and let the new too balanced council (quoted by Bob Shipp) know that we don?t support this derby fishery anymore?.
Many dependent fishing businesses nationwide have been asking congress to declare the ending date of the WZA as a Natural Resource Holiday. Hopefully soon the fishermen can fish in piece.