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July 28, 2010

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JEAN

Mr.Daniels is correct in his statements.I attended that meeting and his speech was excellent and it contained the truth.He was protecting the rights and access of these fish for all of our state's citizens to have the opportunity to enjoy,not just a lucky few.Maybe the COASTAL FISHERIES REFORM GROUP should all move to some of these other states that cater only to the recreational and doesn't think about what their restrictions on fish and nets for the commercial fishermen has done to limit every citizen in their state from having access to fresh local harvested seafood!

Freddy Gillikin

Jean - what might your last name be?

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