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    Posted: 29 October 2019 at 1:16pm

This one has stirred the pot on several facebook pages.

I thought strike netting was suppose to be a clean fishery?

















What's interesting is this commercial fishing operation has violated CHNS environmental policy for solid waste disposal.

I understand the same operation is back on the beach today.  Why hasn't their permit been revoked?



(5) Beach sanitation and conservation of aquatic life. Notwithstanding any General Regulation of the National Park Service to the contrary, all fishermen, commercial and sport, landing fish on the Seashore by any method and not using such fish because of size, edible quality, or other reason, shall immediately release and return such fish alive in the waters from which taken. No dead fish or part thereof may be left on any shore, beach, dock, pier, fish cleaning table or thrown back into the waters, but must be disposed of only at points or places designated for the disposal thereof or removed from the seashore area. 


(4) Revocation of permit. The Superintendent may revoke the commercial fishing permit of any permittee who ceases to meet the criteria of eligibility set forth in paragraph (c)(3) of this section or who violates any General, Special, or other related regulation governing activities at the Seashore.











Edited by Rick - 6 hours 35 minutes ago at 1:25pm
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Violation of rule(5) is clear. What is the penalty, other than possible revocation under (4)?
"You can never elevate your own character by stepping on someone else's."

"Never argue with a man who loves the sound of his own voice."
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I read the comments about "attacking my heritage".... 

How is it that someone's heritage includes public resources?

Your heritage can kiss my assitage.  
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Maybe Senator Burr's office can answer that question.  Don't waste your time with Tillis.  Don't expect CHNS to enforce the rules unless prodded ...it's NC and we're different.


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...and for those that didn't notice at the end of the video, there were two trawlers working off the beach-


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Those trawlers could be working near the big rock and u bunch of tree hugging babies would still be bit**en about them
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...nah...give me Louisiana rules and I'd be extremely happy.  If the king shrimp daddy of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts can live with them, NC should be able to live with them.
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Were those NPS trucks in the background of the video? WOnder if the Defenders of Wildlife folks will share this with the PETA folks...
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Originally posted by chasintrout chasintrout wrote:

Those trawlers could be working near the big rock and u bunch of tree hugging babies would still be bit**en about them

Tree hugging babies.  Brilliant.  Those that care about the resource are "tree huggers" now.

You're an idiot.
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The original poster is a DMF employee.  I'm guessing he received a little pressure to remove that post from his facebook page.  I found a copy.  Link above has been updated.

Jerry et al have been playing damage control-












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WOnder if he was fired or reprimanded???

Any news if NPS pulled permit as it looked like NPS trucks in a video?
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Sorry didn't see the latter part.
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…"teaching moment", lol... Angry...Jerry/NCFA spinning the story...

I guess the gulls have to eat...sort of like shrimp trawl bycatch.   People just don't understand.








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