Ok, that's some info that I didnt know. Not illegal IF A. Build per thier specs and wait for approval, B. Current dues payer, C. Legal area. So all in all if totaled maybe someone could either break even $$ wise maybe and follow the rules but be restricted to a certain area, or, just go buy a number hoping theres fish at maybe a place they prefer to go. Am I anywhere near close to being satisified? Not sure for me since I'm only a vacationer and I want to think I've got good #s. But there is an alternative for me...just go hire a guide or hit a charter I guess. Or I suppose if I had a radar unit on my boat and was watching someone catch a load of fish while going by, I could just mark thier spot and go back later and see. Then if I was really unscrupulous, after vaca and catching my limit....I could sell the spot. Good to know this is resolved! Thanks for the info.Not illegal at all if you get approved and pay your dues to the reef association and have it deployed in a legal area. That's what he's getting at...nobody is gonna want to put the time and effort and money into deploying reefs, if they are just gonna get acanned by those guys selling them off to everybody for profit.
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