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Old 09-25-2014, 09:51 AM
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E-mail sent this morning.
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Old 09-25-2014, 10:19 AM
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All comments should be sent to mwaine@asmfc.org

As far as the bass getting "hammered, pounded" or whatever other term for catching them, I feel that because the State of New Jersey has no commercial fishing industry for striped bass we are being unfairly punished in order to make this quota.

If other states followed suit this "problem" dissappears in an instant. I know that commercial fisherman need to work too but the economic importance of striped bass to the recreational fishery far outweighs that of the commercial one.

Personally, I'd be willing to pay a fee to compensate the commercial guys loss of income for a year or two until they had time to adjust to the change, that's just me personally though.

Lastly, I wonder what recreational "landings" means exactly. Commercial landings means dead fish going to market, something easier to track because there are (or should be) records from wholesalers who buy the fish at X dollars a pound. All the ASMFC has to do is get the records of those transactions and count up the pounds.
How they estimate our "landings", which I assume they mean dead fish going back to the dock, is another kettle of fish. (pun intended) How on earth can they possibly get an accurate estimate? Why don't they ask the people that are out on the water day in and day out what their assesment is?
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This thing is not user friendly I can't figure out how to respond to it. It's pages & pages of data that I don't understand. Please anybody use my name I can't figure out how to email my opinion. I would vote for anything you guys suggest. I'm sure there are plenty more like me who feel the same way. I only wish there was a open page where you could use your name & info & vote. Make it simple but this is obviously it's intended that way just so we can't voice our opinion.
I simply copied and pasted Gerry's suggestion.... Thanks Gerry.
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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.

Signed my name and address.

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Old 09-25-2014, 07:09 PM
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does this apply to the hudson north of the gwb?
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Old 09-26-2014, 07:50 AM
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I simply copied and pasted Gerry's suggestion.... Thanks Gerry.
To :mwaine@asmfc.org

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.

Signed my name and address.

Tom K.
Thanks for that layout not everybody is computer savvy. It's just a shame that they don't have a page where you could just vote. A lot of fisherman like myself just get frustrated & give up. But I just did what you said & sent the email.
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Old 09-26-2014, 09:24 AM
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Once again I have read and re-read the proposals and I cannot find where it says that we "MUST" stick to the "B" options - if someone can point out the language before the 30th, then I'll vote that way, otherwise I would pick C3 as originally stated or possibly D1 which also seems semi reasonable to save fish and still take 2 fish per man.
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Old 09-28-2014, 08:15 AM
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email sent went with option b1. Stripers are heading for trouble with people keeping 3 fish over 30 pounds. Do you really need more then one.
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Old 09-28-2014, 01:26 PM
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Thank you Jeremy for the activity presented to us. I sent my E Mail for option 7. There are two days left to send out the E Mails. Please stick up for our rights in NJ.
 


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