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Amendment 7 Public Comments Participation Raffle

The American Saltwater Guides Association (ASGA) wants to help and encourage you to participate in the public comment period that ends April 9th. Our sponsors have generously offered some motivation to sit at your computer and send written comments or to participate by Zoom in your state meetings.


Here is the ASGA Guide to the Striped Bass Amendment 7 Public Information Document 
It's easy to enter.


Submit your comments to ASMFC (here's how) and copy ASGA at stripercomments@gmail.com. We will add your email address to the Amendment 7 Public Comments Participation Raffle.
 

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Comments

Peter Kerch - April 9, 2021

First of all I’d like to thank all the Sponsors for their generous contribution to an extraordinarly important environmental issue! They’re so many honest and conscientious angelers out there that it’s very sad to see that the poachers and law breakers ruining it for the rest of us! We need to come down on them like a ton of bricks! Take away their fishing rights for years, make the fines even higher and confiscate their fishing equipment equipment!

Eric Carlson - April 9, 2021

I support these changes. Tougher laws and penalties for offenders would be better.

gary cole - March 26, 2021

Hello Pete and the saltwater edge and the saltwater guide association. thanks for putting together the guides post podcast that makes this issue digestible for us newbies and encouraging us to get involved . I just sat in om the MA meeting I was encouraged that most that spoke did so in the name of conservation. I’m working on my written comments now I hope my run on sentences and jibber jabber make sense.
Thanks and keep putting the pressure on.

Anthony thompson - March 26, 2021

Almost always people will follow the rules. Unfortunately for most of us a few will ruin it for all. For those people we need stricter enforcement with hefty fines and possible jail time. To accomplish this we definitely need more personal added to the Environmental Police forces. The areas each officer is responsible for is far too great. More personal means better coverage which means less people breaking the laws. This is the ONLY way any new rules, laws or amendments will have an affect.

Mike Adams - March 11, 2021

Hey there Team SaltwaterEdge

On behalf of all surfcasters in Connecticut and beyond I would just like to say thank you very much for stepping up to the plate on conservation as usual.

You guys always walk the walk.

KennethRrusso - March 11, 2021

THANKS TO ALL THE COMPANY THAT SPONSORS THINGS LIKE THIS.

Paul Phenix DVM - March 11, 2021

Stripe Bass is definitely of public health importance, besides all the businesses that benefit by fishing(stores, charters, marinas, state recreational facilities, hotels plus much more), especially now with covid and people feeling depressed, etc. Many people look forward to fishing the planning, anticipation, preparation aids with the mental health of society. I believe it would be a great disservice not to improve and preserve our fisheries.

jeff palmer - March 11, 2021

I think we need stronger laws on the people who take under sized fish and those who exceed the limit. If your a commercial fisherman breaking these laws should lose their license not only locally but federally.

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