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« on: May 28, 2009, 10:44:03 PM »

I have been reading about other states having rec pot licenses. What are your concerns, and views of recs getting pot licenses.

In my perspective it would let tackle shops sell more pots which would be a less likely chance for tackle shops to go out of business. On the bad side commercial crabbers wouldn't like it because so many recs will take up there spots and there crabs, also there would be more crabs being taken away from the Chesapeake and we all know the government doesn't want that.
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« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2009, 10:50:22 PM »

I have been reading about other states having rec pot licenses. What are your concerns, and views of recs getting pot licenses.

In my perspective it would let tackle shops sell more pots which would be a less likely chance for tackle shops to go out of business. On the bad side commercial crabbers wouldn't like it because so many recs will take up there spots and there crabs, also there would be more crabs being taken away from the Chesapeake and we all know the government doesn't want that.
No doubt most watermen would trade a rec pot license for rights to fish pots in the rivers and tributarys again.,sounds like a fair trade.
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