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May 26, 2011

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BuddyRoe

Recreational private interest currently take 79% of striped bass, 75% of speckled trout, and 60% of red drum, for their personal consumption.

The fish consuming public's share of these three fish is less than 25% available in seafood markets.

The non-fishing public has a right to these fish, and making a 100% allocation of these fish resources to special interests making up less than 2.5% of citizens is contrary to state law.

Don't allow special interest dollars to steal your families access to these three healthy food chooses.

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