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Tournament morning. Piper yells whale 9 o’clock!

Oh shit ORCAS!!

This is awesome! Thanks for the info Paul

I also associated my wife's account and was able to display her license information.
Hopefully, someone can develop a fish identification app linked to the applicable regulations.
By taking a photo of a fish, it can tell species, size, (automatically capture GPS coordinate and date) and tell me if I can keep the fish or not and how many.
May be an excellent joint retirement project.

I'm not exactly a Luddite, but this is a bridge too far.  GPS punch tags, sure.  ODFW already does this.  But fish ID with instant regulation information?  How about learn how to target and ID fish yourself?

Pretty soon there will be apps where we can take a photo of a potential partner we meet and learn all about them.  Credit score?  Infidelity? STDs?  Is she even 18? 

Thank you for coming to my TED talk.  I'm going to go yell at clouds now.

In 1982 there were 29,625,515 pounds taken.  :smt009


Is that in addition to the millions of kgs that the Chinese and Russian trawlers took?

AOTY / Re: Bad news?????
« on: March 05, 2024, 08:19:34 AM »
The layout of the regs book is vastly improved. I’d say that’s great news!

I would attend, even though I can't kayak anymore.  Especially if Crash can take orders for oysters!
Too soon to preemptively reserve a campsite or hotel room?

Been watching this thread with interest.  I might come out of retirement for this event.  I haven’t bought more than 3 dozen oysters at one time since the last GS, would need to check sources and prices but yes, I can bring the oysters assuming availability.

Loleta - it's my home town.  As opposed to the 'other' Lolita meaning...   :smt002

Nabokov wrote Lolita in English. That has always struck me as odd given the far more conservative prudishness of the English speaking world both then and now.  Would the book have been nearly as controversial if it were in French or Russian?

CA Regulations / Re: Email F&G Commission to oppose MPA expansion petitions
« on: February 06, 2024, 06:51:53 PM »
“Pyramid Point SMCA boundary is in Oregon”.

This has always amused me ever since they did it.  Oregon isn’t even complaining, it’s the local tribe asking for it to change.

CA Regulations / Re: Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
« on: December 28, 2023, 09:41:38 PM »
The F&G Commission hired a consulting firm to train staff, and commissioners on JEDI. I watched their presentation, and listened to the public comments. The commenters stated that only 5% of the general public hunt, or fish. So to them JEDI meant that the commission members should reflect the general public and be 95% non-hunters, or fishers.


CA Regulations / Re: Halibut changes… permanent?
« on: December 06, 2023, 10:30:54 AM »
Just learn how to fish them in Oregon where the limit is 25 per day.

Holy shit.  Well done!

Site Discussion / Re: Anyone having issue accessing NCKA
« on: November 13, 2023, 10:23:28 PM »
I can log on but when I click on something it goes wonky, sometimes I see this strange page and on the top in yellow says something about NCKA is for sale.
Any one else see this one?

I have experienced this a Handful of times in the last couple days from my iPhone.

General Talk / Re: Can you target inshore rock fish, even if C&R?
« on: November 10, 2023, 06:05:28 AM »
I always use 8” swim baits on 3oz lead heads and jig 4oz irons for calihali.  Nothing to see here.

Introductions / Re: Yo
« on: November 02, 2023, 12:26:05 PM »

Welcome back, hope you and yours are well.

Glad you're ok....what happened to the other car?

He saved it. Pickle did his best Cole Trickle move and aimed right at him figuring he wouldn’t be there when he got to him. Guy shot back up the road, straightened it out going downhill backward, spun it back around to forward and left the scene immediately. Pickle saw it all, and the guy in the pickup yelled holy shit you guys ok and we waived him off.

Damn, that's scary. Hwy 101?  Glad you are both OK.

Yes 101 in Oregon near cape Sebastian and Pistol River, a few miles south of Gold Beach.

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