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Old 02-14-2011, 02:57 PM
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Preservation through Conservation

On occasion I will take the liberty of advancing our understanding of the importance of conservation by directing people to an article on my blog. Although the blog it is not an "official" position of the NJ Outdoor Alliance the writings are a reflection of the fundamental principles on which the NJ Outdoor Alliance is founded, these are principles shared by those affiliated with the NJ Outdoor Alliance. We are all committed to environmental stewardship.

The blog article is titled ""Preservation through Conservation." I welcome you to visit by clicking on the link that follows:

http://anthonypmaurosr.webs.com/apps...h-conservation

Anthony P. Mauro, Sr

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New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Conservation Foundation
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"Preservation through conservation"
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Old 02-14-2011, 03:45 PM
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And who has conserved more than the recreational fisherman over the years??
18 inch Fluke in NJ, 21 inch fluke in NY????? Can't keep what you don't catch.
That's just the tip of the iceburg.........
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Old 02-14-2011, 05:32 PM
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Why is this person still posting on this site? He has already stated in no uncertain terms that he will NOT RESPOND to ANYONE who asks questions or posts other points in his posts because he is a "volunteer" and does not have the time. (funny, the rest of us volunteer for other groups yet manage to respond to questions on things we post)

3 other sites have already stopped this "post and run" activity from him.

I personally don't care who posts what as long as they are willing to respond to questions, defend their position or elaborate on issues THEY bring up.

Mr. Mauro refuses to do any of the above, and I for one am tired of seeing his personal and NJOA propaganda. No other organization that posts on here acts in such a way. We ALL respond to ANY questions posed to us AND we also contribute other information here.

Neither the NJOA nor Mr. Mauro can say the same.
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Old 02-14-2011, 05:36 PM
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Sorry to get juvenile, but Anthony Mauro is a tool..*LOL*
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Old 02-14-2011, 06:19 PM
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He posts because he can.

Do what I do when people I don't care for post crap on a website - Don't read it.

I think you can even setup your account so you don't even see their posts.

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