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  • Anonymous

    Some one needs to step up and put a stop to fishing madness. these men and women fish for a living and need to catch fish, what they need is less regulations and rules. you can fish in Monday if the wind is out of the south. I’m sorry for being stupid, but truly stop hammering these guys every time they leave the dock, it seems they have a new law or regulation to follow!

    • Anonymous

      The problem with little regulation is that things will get over fished.  Sure there would be people saying we need to stop fishing these areas and give them a break, but there would be those that don’t care and will go out to take whatever they can with no regulation.  There’s no easy answer but letting people run loose is not the answer.

  • Anonymous

    Memo to Fisheries Chief:
    Its too late, you should have helped us 5-7 years ago when many of us had a chance and your predecessor and previous Gov. turned their backs on all our plans to save ishore fisheries.  Now its just a math money game.  You have money =you win

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