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Start speaking now or this is the begining of the end of access Push your comments now!!! Think of your favorite paces to fish!!

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DATE: January 13, 2010

CONTACT: Cyndy Holda, 252-473-2111, ext. 148

 

 

North Carolina's Two National Seashores among the 21 National Park Units

Being Considered by NOAA's Marine Protected Areas Status

 

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National

Marine Protected Areas Center, in cooperation with the Department of the

Interior (DOI) has created a first ever inventory of the nation's marine

protected areas. This unique, comprehensive inventory catalogs and

classifies marine protected areas within US waters. Thirty-two sites,

including twenty-one units of the National Park System and several national

wildlife refuges, have been nominated to join the national system of Marine

Protected Areas (MPAs). Cape Hatteras and Cape Lookout National Seashores

are among the national seashores listed in the Federal Register last week.

 

Developed in response to Executive Order 13158 on Marine Protected Areas,

the final framework for the national system was published on November 19,

2008. Comments on the nominations to the national system are due February

22, 2010. For more information, check NOAA website at: www.mpa.gov or

submit comments to: mpa.comments@noaa.gov .

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I already said it before and i will say it again:

 

 

I hope that some government entity establishes some protected areas where noene can fish.

 

 

It is way overdue.

 

way overdue....

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View PostI already said it before and i will say it again:

 

I hope that some government entity establishes some protected areas where noene can fish.

 

It is way overdue.

way overdue....

 

 

I hope it's your favorite spot.

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Areas where bucks with less than x number of points have been established in NJ and NY and they they are successful in creating 8 10 point bucks.

 

 

If protected areas are created, it will give some fish a respite from you bad boys ....

 

Who knows, the populations of certain species that are in trouble might even go up.

 

However, you do not want that to happen correct....you want things your way...it is the only way...fish them until they disappear....

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Is there something wrong with giving fish areas where they are not harrassed by every human being out there ready to kill them?

 

 

Why are most species of fish in decline and in trouble?

 

 

It is not man killing them correct...kooky.gif

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I think that there is a lot of poaching (game poaching) (like fish poaching)going on, judging from what goes on around here knobs.

 

 

It (antler restrictions) seem to be working in NY in the restricted areas last I heard from the DEC.

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