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    Fishermen do not stick together any more than surfers.. .They pull the same localism sh!t surfers do. They are just as "unfriendly"

    Quote Originally Posted by cepriano View Post
    fishermen stick together,they have their own tribe.surfers have too much ego and don't want to be friendly or cooperate in important matters like br.br definitely screws up the fishing

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    Originally Posted by cepriano
    fishermen stick together,they have their own tribe.surfers have too much ego and don't want to be friendly or cooperate in important matters like br.br definitely screws up the fishing

    So true, surfers can learn from fisherman, they have had dotted lines of policy discussions for years


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    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    Fishermen do not stick together.. .They pull the same localism sh!t surfers do. They are just as "unfriendly" as surfers
    Not true, just maybe on some local issues but they have a seat at the table with State and Federal policy makers so they have a established dotted line that can be used to debate/challenge many issues affecting fisheries with a additional bonus if State's Congressional Rep's are members of Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus. So they have an well establish mechanism while surfing industry has no blue print to voice much less preserve our waves.