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Trump to end commercial bass fishing in Mass in support of recreational fisherman

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Of course.  Bet this guy has those stickers all over his car.

 

“We are all striving for smarter, straightforward regulations but that needs to be done through a targeted and strategic process,” Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association Executive Director Ben Martens. “Having to arbitrarily negate two regulations in order to change management rules is not cost-effective nor is it simple. Rather than solve an issue, this order will hinder and complicate an already complex process for our nation’s fishermen. New regulations do not prohibit fishermen from doing their jobs; instead, they often put new science on the water and make it easier for fishermen to make a living. We should not be slowing this process further but instead finding faster ways to get science and streamlined regulations on the water. While the president’s new order seeks to simplify, in reality, it may unintentionally hinder progress on the water and for our fishing businesses.”

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The whole reason most of the outer cape beaches are shut down to vehicles was caused by the leftest green movement.  If the Mass surfcasters would play their cards right maybe they could get them open while this administration is on office.  Trump hates unnecessary regulations like protecting plovers and such.  Even beaches down along the coast to North Carolina access is a problem.  Don't miss this opportunity.

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We should abolish all fishing regulations, commercial fishing, bag limits, size limits, seasons, all of it.  Commercial fishermen and corporations like Omega Protein are entirely trustworthy.  And even if they accidentally harvest striped bass into extinction and someday our children and their children aren't able to enjoy the sport of striper fishing that we all love, eff it, because liberty.   

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