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Topic: Is it time to reduce Rockfish limits?  (Read 2442 times)

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One reef 7 fishermen this is what it looks like
 :smt003 :smt003 :smt003
Dave's illustration NOTE: NO KELP...
So how long before its fished out..........

Those are fake tracks, right?  And I count only 5.

I can think of a number of reefs that I consider get hit hard.  Guess what?  They're still producing fish.

-Allen

Yes I see 5 to you have to go in to go out


 

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