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Old 11-30-2017, 06:59 AM
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Art, didn't pick up on your actual suggestion of the 1 mile limit. I don't think that's a bad idea, though I think it migt be more difficult to get than an actual moratorium!
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Old 11-30-2017, 09:12 AM
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Bill, please don't misunderstand me, I'm really pulling for this to get legs. I think everyone who responded to this thread agrees that the controls currently in place, to preserve the bass population, are not sufficient, and practical as well as enforceable changes can be made.
I'm attempting to gather facts on the bass population, in our area, but, I'm not sure how to verify these facts. I think if we draft a paper on true facts, then agree to practical recommendations to address these facts, its a start. Afterward, when all concerned, are satisfied with the proposal, it can be presented to the powers that be.
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Old 11-30-2017, 10:43 AM
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Thanks Art. My next step would be to assemble the ideas here into a package and then ask members who they know we can contact with ideas.
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I read a interesting thread on another site, I don't usually tell people to look elsewhere but this a serious issue with the bass, not just fisherman keeping big breaders, but with a disease that is killing the young of the year. The disease is Mycobacteriosis. The gentlemans name is RJ, the thread is titled, One Mans Concern For The Future Of Striped Bass. With out mentioning the site, I guess you could do a search and find it. We are quick to blame the boat guys, or the Nike/sweatpant lurkers running to the beach when there is a report of big fish, it's easy to point fingers, but hard to look in the mirror. We can all practice c&r, but if there's something killing the fish before they get a chance to grow, that's going to be the toughest challenge.
I fish w/ RJ for years been to my home & family friend & yes he is a gentleman , very knowledgeable & held a very high New York position to support his talk . His reads are something to spend time on


a little information I think in 1994 or 1996 the state of Florida had a piece of legislation passed on a state wide vote overwhelmingly to ban Gill Netting in the state . Very soon after fishing catches increased dramatically for the recreational angler AND new species were available for the shore line angler .

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I fish w/ RJ for years been to my home & family friend & yes he is a gentleman , very knowledgeable & held a very high New York position to support his talk . His reads are something to spend time on


a little information I think in 1994 or 1996 the state of Florida had a piece of legislation passed on a state wide vote overwhelmingly to ban Gill Netting in the state . Very soon after fishing catches increased dramatically for the recreational angler AND new species were available for the shore line angler .

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Your right about that, I have read many of his threads, I don't know if there's anybody else who knows more about the "tribes" then RJ.
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I feel whoever suggested 1 fish 28-32 inches presented a very feasible, attainable, and practical recommendation. I think this would have an immediate impact on the fishery. Thousands of breeders would have to be released that are currently going on the dinner table. The one mile limit on boats is a great idea as well.
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