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Old 09-19-2011, 06:21 PM
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Is the Atlantic coast Red Snapper ban still in effect?
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Old 09-19-2011, 06:26 PM
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Any word on when or if it will be lifted?
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Any word on when or if it will be lifted?
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In case you have nothing better to do than get mad.
http://www.safmc.net/
Be sure to click on the June 2011 regulations while there, don't cuss too much.
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I have been fishing for snapper in the Gulf since the late 70s and I have never seen the amount of Red Snapper that are in the gulf now. I have to use whole spanish mackrel for bait when I'm grouper fishing or it gets hammered by a big snapper. It's great when you are fishing for snapper but when the season is closed I try to avoid them to keep from killing them.
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I didn't realize bsb were down to 5 each! What the????

Well that does it...every legal fish I catch inshore this year.....

12.01 inch flounder - dead.
13.0001 inch trout - dead.
14.000000000000001 inch pinched tail redfish - dead.

I ain't kidding. Dead. All of them.
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Old 10-02-2011, 03:53 PM
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If you attend any of the council meetings, you will be told that it could be up to the next thirty years!

Well, I say that it could be that long or until we have had enough and REVOLT! And I do not believe that it will 30 years before we do!
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Old 10-07-2011, 07:55 PM
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Well, the Blackfish are out for the rest of the year.
Well not really, till June!
http://www.safmc.net/LinkClick.aspx?...E%3d&tabid=139
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Once everyone gives up on fishing offshore/nearshore and they all (understandably) choose to just stay inside and focus on trout and reds, what do you think will be targeted next?

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Once everyone gives up on fishing offshore/nearshore and they all (understandably) choose to just stay inside and focus on trout and reds, what do you think will be targeted next?

-Dave
I don't want all you blue water guys in my marsh. Please take up golf or maybe quilting.

No doubt this could be a serious situation. Election time is coming. Please choose wisely.
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Hey, I let you fish in my marsh all year long. I just reclaim it sarting October/November... just don't tell anyone.

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