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Re: Creating a Catch and Release Area

2006/11/10 8:32
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Upon rereading this thread, I think it is possible that I missed one of your points, and if I did, I apologize. It may be that you were suggesting that a C&R area might be appropriate for an area less frequented or not frequented by bait anglers mainly because you did not want to take a popular stretch away from them. If that was the case, then I commend you for taking that particular social factor into consideration. It is something that fisheries managers also must consider when thinking about establishing special reg areas that will have a negative impacts on the anglers who formerly fished those stretches. One way to reduce the impact on bait anglers, although it is no doubt controversial in some circles, is to establish all tackle C&R areas.

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