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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Ed View Post
    An across the board limit will cut out .............
    all the cudda, wudda, I thought, crap and make it easier to write out tickets if you are over five fish, plus....

    there can always be special Reg's for special waters or fish, if needed.

    I just hope they don't get crazy and go "Barbless" and lower hook sizes.
    Maybe waterproof stick'em with extra stick will help...….Jetspray
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    An across the board limit will cut out .............
    all the cudda, wudda, I thought, crap and make it easier to write out tickets if you are over five fish, plus....

    there can always be special Reg's for special waters or fish, if needed.

    I just hope they don't get crazy and go "Barbless" and lower hook sizes.

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    Re: Changing regs

    I attended the meeting in Sacramento, and learned that if we have any chance at all to stop some of the proposed regulations, the most effective way to do so is to submit comments online. The site to access is wildlife.ca.gov. I just submitted my comments. There are special regulations proposed for many different fisheries. I commented on each fishery that I know and care about. I am as cynical as the next guy as to how much our voice is really wanted, but rather than sit on the sidelines I decided to give my honest input.

    I hope that some of you will also comment. The deadline to submit our comments in May 3.

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    Panther, all good questions to ask. I asked very similar questions and was given detailed answers. The CDFW will probably remind all in attendance at the meeting that this year is about regulation changes, next year about hatcheries.

    The real fight I believe will be next year. Those hatchery meetings next year will likely highlight the differences in people's perceptions (general public and special interest groups) about how one perceives planted, wild and native trout, the role of diploids/triploids, and where different species of trout should, could or cannot be planted. Arrive early and bring popcorn

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    Quote Originally Posted by panther View Post
    I'm going to attend the meeting in Sacramento tomorrow. I want to hear the proposed changes and will speak out, if necessary, on a few issues. Here are a few of my thoughts prior to the meeting:

    1. Leave the Eastern Sierra seasons as they are...no changes. I make three trips a year to that area. I'll stand up for its interests.
    2. I will be against year-round fishing in areas where it doesn't currently exist. I don't think that planting will keep up with fish depletion that will occur due to year-round fishing.
    3. Plant diploids rather than triploids as much as possible. At least some diploids will survive and be able to reproduce future generations. With triploid planting we are completely dependent on stocking. It seems like non-sterile fish (diploids) would be cheaper for hatcheries to raise because they do not need to be sterilized. If so, this would mean that the same amount of dollars would produce more hatchery fish.
    4. I have caught rainbows, brookies, german browns, cutthroats and goldens. If the state wants to plant more cutthroats because they were "native" in some waters, that's fine with me.

    Any thoughts? Are my points okay, or do you disagree with some of them?

    Ya i agree on all your points. i think they should leave wild trout or 0 limit areas alone as well. those are basically all wild fish. Look at the Montana Model. They dont stock fish and have very small keep limits. There are fish everywhere in that state

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    Re: Changing regs

    I'm going to attend the meeting in Sacramento tomorrow. I want to hear the proposed changes and will speak out, if necessary, on a few issues. Here are a few of my thoughts prior to the meeting:

    1. Leave the Eastern Sierra seasons as they are...no changes. I make three trips a year to that area. I'll stand up for its interests.
    2. I will be against year-round fishing in areas where it doesn't currently exist. I don't think that planting will keep up with fish depletion that will occur due to year-round fishing.
    3. Plant diploids rather than triploids as much as possible. At least some diploids will survive and be able to reproduce future generations. With triploid planting we are completely dependent on stocking. It seems like non-sterile fish (diploids) would be cheaper for hatcheries to raise because they do not need to be sterilized. If so, this would mean that the same amount of dollars would produce more hatchery fish.
    4. I have caught rainbows, brookies, german browns, cutthroats and goldens. If the state wants to plant more cutthroats because they were "native" in some waters, that's fine with me.

    Any thoughts? Are my points okay, or do you disagree with some of them?

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    Go to a meeting (if possible), listen to the reasons for why change is being proposed, then ask questions and state your opinion about the proposed regs to the DFW reps there. You don't like something, make your voice heard by filling out the form at the meeting or clicking on https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Fishing/...ation/comments.

    Again, from the first few meetings, change to the regs has already happened because of anglers comments and concerns.

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    I guess we are veering into a tangent, but so many people in this country have apparently decided big government socialism is what they want.
    In the 1930's it was called fascism or NAZI'ism, and did that help the world grow. It is not a tangent it is a direction and the Demmynuts are running the show right into the ground...….Jetspray
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooks View Post
    Remember the "Education Initiative" bill that the voters turned down a while back, by a huge margin? The legislators passed it anyway. So much for input from the "people".

    https://www.atr.org/nevada-legislatu...-state-history
    Why vote? It means nothing anyway, and everyone is the "rich guy/gal", those are all of us who have money or a job. This would include everyone working for the state government with exception of those with large salaries and position or power...…..Jetspray
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