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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby crashmister » Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:10 am

I'll have a draft letter posted up in a few day's. This is the same group of charter boat captains that were responsible for the mess we have now.
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby Green Tide » Thu Nov 22, 2012 10:48 am

Yeah they are out of control
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby gruntking » Thu Nov 22, 2012 1:34 pm

thats cow poop 100% hey guys just wait for it but pretty soon im willing to bet we wont be able to use a hook with a barb
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby chris21 » Thu Nov 22, 2012 8:58 pm

crashmister wrote:I'll have a draft letter posted up in a few day's. This is the same group of charter boat captains that were responsible for the mess we have now.

which charter boat captains? sorry if it seems like a googan question, its so silly how they really want to take fishing away little by little, makes me want to puke!! :thumbdown:
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby fishnfool73 » Thu Nov 22, 2012 11:47 pm

It is generally the flats guides and especially the fly guides. They are the biggest anti permit kill guys down there. I stopped talking to a few of them after I got ripped on for killing their precious rare jacks of the the flats. I think they are just pissed because I can catch more permit on a decent day on the bridges than they can all year.
Dreaming the dream that one day I can be as good as some of the boatless pros and catch some 12 inch mangrove snapper.
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby chris21 » Thu Nov 22, 2012 11:51 pm

fishnfool73 wrote:It is generally the flats guides and especially the fly guides. They are the biggest anti permit kill guys down there. I stopped talking to a few of them after I got ripped on for killing their precious rare jacks of the the flats. I think they are just pissed because I can catch more permit on a decent day on the bridges than they can all year.

I see where your coming from, heck if I catch one and its legal to keep, I'm keeping it!
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby fishnfool73 » Thu Nov 22, 2012 11:54 pm

I get a great feeling releasing big permit and only keep smaller 10-15 lb ones now if I have no snapper in the cooler to eat. However I think that there is nothing wrong with the current rules and see no reason for them to be shutdown all together. That is the reason they lump them in wiith bonefish and tarpon. They say well neither of those is good to eat and both bring lots of tourist dollars to the Keys so add on permit and no one will oppose it. It is all nothing more than special intrest guides forcing this garbage on us.
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby chris21 » Thu Nov 22, 2012 11:59 pm

fishnfool73 wrote: It is all nothing more than special intrest guides forcing this garbage on us.

yeah! exactly!
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby Green Tide » Sat Nov 24, 2012 3:18 pm

The guides and commercial fisherman are all about the same. They think we should subsidize the business they are in by limiting what you can keep and eat. While acting as though they are concerned about the fish.
I dont agree with or trust them, but when they are having people in Tallahassee pushing their propaganda their voice gets heard. Meanwhile rec fisherman never organize.
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Re: Permit Fishing (NO)

Postby mogenmyle » Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:28 pm

its false info from people who dont know its a big group the tarpon and bonefish found. one thing dose anyone really think tarpon and bonefish are on the decline i dont. and last time i looked the state recored for permit was in ft,lauderdale and the other one was in lake worth
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