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Old 09-23-2014, 07:38 PM
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Old 09-23-2014, 08:23 PM
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Old 09-23-2014, 08:49 PM
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Just sent mine in

Comments need to be sent via email to mwaine@asmfc.org

Here is how yours might go:

Subject : Striped Bass Draft Addendum IV Public Comment

I am for a status quo option for the Striped Bass Management Regulations. Since that does not seem to be one of the options available, of the options that are available I would prefer Option 7.

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Old 09-23-2014, 09:03 PM
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I voted but...... My question is this. Where is Frank Pallone? A vocal captain in AH used to carry the flag for Frank Pallone. I don't see Frank Pallone's name mentioned. I don't see him stepping up to the plate for the fisherman. I don't see this vocal captain mention Frank Pallone. Did he stop helping? Did he give up?

The NJ Governor won't help. He is too busy getting ready to run for President and saving the total disater and failure that is Atlantic City. I don't think Booker and Menendez know what a Striper is.

The problem is in NJ the politicians are worried about the total failure that is Atlantic City casino's. Nationally, we have ISIS and other problems. Stripers are not on the radar and NMFS knows it. That is why there will be a change for the worse in regulations for Stripers, Fluke, Seabass and who knows what else.

Unfortunately the captains and fishermen are on their own and at the mercy of NMFS. Remember you could have had eight fluke but gave it up for five?

I hope I am wrong but I think this business is going the way of the Atlantic City Casino's.

The CAIII out of Barnegat Light, NJ will close after the fluke ending until the opening of sea bass. That is three weeks of not sailing. Then they will try to sail daily for a week depending on if the sea bass are in reach. If not, its weekends only or nothing at all and pray for the blackfish opener.

Last year in the LBI Surf Tournament we had maybe a couple of bluefish weighed in. Why is that? We had Stripers. They say the hurricane had something to do with it. It was two years ago. I don't know.

Here is a question for the educated stock market people on this site. If the fishing business, meaning party boats and or tackle shops were listed on the NYSE, would you buy the shares? Would it be in your IRA? Or 401k? The answer is no. I'm just talking about saltwater here.

This time of year I would buy stock in the Salmon River Sport Shop. I would in Bass Pro Shop with all the fishing at the big lakes like Toledo Bend in Louisiana and Texas, Table Rock in Missouri and the North Carolina lakes named Norman, Gaston and Kerr.

The bottom line is its so sad that this business is going away. We grew up with it. We passed it on to others. We helped people on board. They helped us.

I hope i am wrong. But I think I'm not.
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Old 09-23-2014, 09:08 PM
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Old 09-23-2014, 09:18 PM
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Here was my email that I sent to Mike Waine:

It would be refreshing if the asmfc would disclose on the front cover of their amendments as follows:
" We have no interest in scientific data unless that data itself can be manipulated into our hidden agenda of robbing the recreational sector of a natural resource in order to protect our own self-serving and political interest"

I vote for status quo and an independent council of actual marine scientists and full time charter captains to investigate the integrity and validity of the asmfc so called scientific findings!
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Old 09-23-2014, 09:22 PM
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Old 09-23-2014, 10:49 PM
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Old 09-23-2014, 11:38 PM
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Unless I'm reading this wrong - why wouldn't we opt for C3, 1 fish @ 28" - 35" & 1 fish @ over 35" not having to throw back the 34 1/16" -35 7/8" fish? Would be like NY but 35" instead of 40". Yes, no ?
I have to agree with this I am not a lawyer but the way I read we have all of these choices.
A status quo
B1-9
C1-3
D1
Problem with status quo is it would mean greater cut backs in following year or two.
Just my translation.
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Old 09-24-2014, 09:20 AM
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Can someone explain how NJ didn't even come close to our quota in 2013, would not come close to even the reduced quota in 2015 under the current regs and still have to change our regs?
 


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