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Rijkaard wrote:when I listen to these stories I start thinking permits should be protected more, they live only in florida and bahamas waters and the 11" limit is ridicolous, this should be another rule to get changed, imo a 24" limit and 1 fish per day should be reasonable, what you think?
FriskyMullet wrote:Nice permit. But I know where you are. I recognize the seagul in the second picture.lol.
I agree with all that was said.
FriskyMullet wrote:Yo seem to have some experiance in the matter might I suggest that you make a demonstration. Show us all how you smoke mullets out the azz.
Rijkaard wrote:funny how you say it's hard to tell a pompano from a permit (easiest thing in the world...), but then you have different size and bag limit between mangroves and cuberas and different size limit between lesser and greater aj...
1 permit over 20" is fine, is the 6 bag limit between 11" and 20" that is just ridicolous
fishnfool73 wrote:The limits are fine . You can only keep one ''permit'' Show me a way to educate the masses on how to tell the difference between a pompano and a permit other than size. You are lucky most anglers can tell the difference between a jack crevelle and a pompano let alone a pompano and a permit. Permit numbers are fine, I see them by the dozens on the bridges down south. Why people have such a fish crush on them is beyond me. I see as many permit now as I did 20 years ago.
Nice story by the way.
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