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permitchaser wrote:gio is not going to be a happy when i tell him sorry for the shark boyz .i hope it wont happen
BigBoiFishing wrote:permitchaser wrote:gio is not going to be a happy when i tell him sorry for the shark boyz .i hope it wont happen
That right there is a prime example as to my point. I bet you anything Raul, you would prefer you son to be a fisherman over roaming the streets of Florida god knows doing what, anyday of the week.
I'm getting my 5yr old into fishing little by little, hes almost at the point that he can correctly identify fish. I'd rather him fish (which is a healthy hobby) than sit at home playing video games and going to nightclubs when he is older.
I know a lot of us here struggle to stay in Florida because of our love for fishing. To take that right away from those who can't afford a vessel is down right cruel.
Sean Paxton wrote:Good points, BigBoi.
Adding a new dynamic to this issue is the fact that Gov. Charlie Crist signed a $66.5 billion state budget into law recently, and it includes a measure to create Florida’s FIRST license requirement for resident saltwater anglers who fish only from docks, piers or the shore. The law technically takes effect in July, with enforcement expected to begin in earnest Aug. 1. The shoreline license is priced at $7.50, plus $1.50 in processing fees, for a total $9 cost. People who already hold Florida’s $17 annual saltwater license to fish from a boat are not required to buy an additional license to fish from shore.
For card-carrying, shore-bound anglers, will also come some added legal rights including that of representation.
crashmister wrote:Fixed & Big; The problem is we don't have much time as this will be reread on the 21st of this month and could be voted on at that time. Knowing the exact circumstances is imperative to present arguments against it.
crashmister wrote: As we discussed what specifically is a shark rig? Define shark Bait. Is the city of DelRay going to educate their Police department about shore fishing in an effort to eliminate any false arrests?
crashmister wrote:Fixed; Actually we are looking for DelRays definition of the questions above.
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