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I Saw a DEEP Officer

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Like (I'm guessing) most here, I find it frustrating to hear that the guy who calls to report people netting an endangered species got a ticket for fishing in a manner he thought legal. 


On a separate note, a few spots where I witnessed a lot of poaching last year, have been less populated by anglers this year. I did talk to a DEEP officer about the spots in June (I think it was June), and the guy said he had visited the poach-spots, and indicated he had taken some sort of action. IDK if his 'some sort of action' is the reason, but these spots have remained less frequented thru 'til now....and I hope they stay that way. I am left to wonder what % of anglers in these areas actually have a license. Personally, I'm happy to donate the $10 for the salt license, IF it has even a small effect on reducing jerkwads who keep 12" stripers, and sell them to restaurants in West Haven. 



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