Great Day in Dularge
Re: State Lease Water bottom rental in response to a report titled: State Lease Water bottom rental
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Had a great day in Dularge on Saturday. We took home 2 limits and with the youngsters fishing, probably lost another 2 limits. They had a blast catching these reds.
Anyone have a contact for someone who details boats? Any help would be appreciated.
Yes, it should be about a nickel a square foot. I probably would have left the houseboat off of the Joint Permit Application as it is a movable structure. Maybe call Les Rosso with the Office of State Lands and explain the situation, maybe that fee can be waived. You will be required to pay the lease on a permanent structure on a state owned waterbottom though.
Who did the invoice come from, Office of State Lands or DNR?
It's a water snake, more than likely a broad-banded water snake. Non-venomous.
IIRC the LDWF is the only state agency that is self funded and does not receive money from the general fund, although any surplus they may have goes back into the general fund. Federal money is necessary as they rely on license sales to generate their operating budget.
MathGeek, you make some valid points, this situation is a very difficult fish to fry. First of all an oyster stock assessment quantifies the living/recent dead oyster population and is not indicative of 'reef' size, when we are talking about the overall reef complex. One question on the condition of redfish, can we blame just the oyster fishery (yes I am calling it a fishery), or is the crab fishery to blame (remember this is a highly unregulated fishery) or possibly even the trawling industry taking away forage species. Again, don't want to knock you work, very valid points, but do we have other variables to consider?
It's a Triton Bass Boat TR18, 18-ft in length. Thanks.
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