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March 11, 2011

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Kenneth Seigler

Dang Dick, you crowd take 80% of the stripers, 75% of the speckled trout, and 60% of the reds. How is taking the other 20% that the public gets through seafood markets going to change anything accept all the fish would go to specail interest individuals that make up less 5% of the NC population.
Always thought it was a public resource being managed for the benefit of the public, not a hand full of individuals.
And please do explain how many of those recreational dollars are going into the commercial trip ticket program, which is incidentally the only hard factual data there is.
One more question, why do recreational fishermen want dead wood? Gum thickets aren't any good for making paper, but why don't you give thanks to that commercial logger for the paper your write on the next time you sit down to right a letter.

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