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filo1

Joined: 05/04/2005
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 posted 11/23/2006 05:51 AM  

Why is it that Conn., N.Y., and RI. all have different regs for tog when they all share the same body of water, the Long Island Sound. Even NJ has different regs.


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fliesthatcatch

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 posted 11/23/2006 08:43 AM  





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Striper77


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 posted 11/23/2006 09:04 AM  

Exactly, they don't share the same politicians and bureaucrats, although I have heard them accused of sharing a brain.

 
Captneilf
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 posted 12/01/2006 09:08 PM  

filo1

Hi,

Very basically it goes like this. The Feds divide the resource percentage wise among the States. Then each State has to decide upon it's regulation to make sure the anglers in the State do not go over their quota. So each State makes it own determination concerning length of season, size and trip limits.

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MakoMike
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 posted 12/02/2006 01:37 PM  

Rhode Island does NOT have any coastline on Long Island Sound!


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filo1

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 posted 12/02/2006 10:46 PM  

OK mike let me change my original post to say that they share the same GENERAL area that is adjacent to each other and other than the name being different it is basically the same body of water.

Is that better?


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DamnFish


Joined: 04/22/2005
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Location: East Meadow
 posted 12/03/2006 03:40 PM  

Hum - who says regs should be Doe by body of water and not by state - Sounds like this might make more sense
 
NYBightEditor
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 posted 12/03/2006 09:21 PM  

That exact option was just one of several possibilities recently proposed by ASMFC. They requested public comment, and I posted their request for input in the Fishery News section of this site, in the "FYI" section of the printed edition of Noreast, and on several of the boards.

I believe Ristori wrote about it in his column, as did Ken Moran of the NY Post.


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francmeister

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 posted 12/08/2006 08:32 PM  

MakoMike wrote:

Rhode Island does NOT have any coastline on Long Island Sound!

they have the block island sound? or am i off on my navigational knowledge?


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CaptPaul
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 posted 12/09/2006 12:44 AM  

And for your information, Mike, Block Island Sound borders on Long Island Sound. Just look at a chart. Man.

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MakoMike
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 posted 12/09/2006 01:25 PM  

CaptPaul wrote:

And for your information, Mike, Block Island Sound borders on Long Island Sound. Just look at a chart. Man.

Paul



Paul,
Go back and read what I said. I said;
quote:


Rhode Island does NOT have any coastline on Long Island Sound!



I'm sure you won't dispute that? Of course it has coastline on RI sound, Block Island Sound and the Atlantic ocean, as well as Narragansett bay. Most of the RI based boats are backfishing around Block Island or in Narragansett bay. A few hit the Watch Hill reef. Very very few RI boats fish in LI sound.



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CaptPaul
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 posted 12/09/2006 10:52 PM  

Mike,

Did you think I was serious? I don't even belong on this Board.

Bad things happen when I go to the North Shore. Boats catch fire, dingy drifts away, Captain puts me in the muck all day, I take drugs and can't cut fish, the list goes on.

Paul
 
MakoMike
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 posted 12/10/2006 11:32 AM  

Paul,
Yeah I thought you were serious, you need to use thos smiley thingies! Toungue Toungue Smile Smile Wink Wink Shades Shades


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LkyLindy


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 posted 12/10/2006 12:51 PM  

Why Not!!!

quote:

Why is it that Conn., N.Y., and RI. all have different regs for tog when they all share the same body of water, the Long Island Sound. Even NJ has different regs.






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CaptPaul
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 posted 12/11/2006 12:03 AM  

Mike,

I just can't bring myself to use them things. Just as well, I guess. People have been getting offended by, or misreading, me for a good 25 years now, so why should I be clear in type? From what I gather, most people see this when they talk to me...

FrownMad

Paul
 
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