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\r\n Is this legal? If it is, would the SCFL holder also have to have a Dealer\'s license to let a paying customer retain fish?
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    \r\n Quote Originally Posted by coresounder\r\n View Post\r\n
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    Believe it or not but many people that love to fish do so mainly to put something in the skillet and maybe evn catch enough to put a mess in the freezer for another day. Rod and reel limits on many species have become so ridiculously low that paying to go out with a commercial is the cheapest way to do this. Either that or pay a lot more money to fish with one of the many professional fishing guides.
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    This is a great point that further drives home the fact that recreational fisherman have carried the overwhelming burden in lower trip limits over the years, while commercial fishermen have been able to maximize harvest year over year to their heart\'s desire.\r\n
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    \r\n To answer the OP\'s question, you do have to have a fish dealer license ($100) to buy and sell finfish in NC. He would also need a vessel registration permit for each boat he uses in a commercial way and of course a scfl.\r\n
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    This is a great point that further drives home the fact that recreational fisherman have carried the overwhelming burden in lower trip limits over the years, while commercial fishermen have been able to maximize harvest year over year to their heart\'s desire.
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    Then I wonder why the commercial fishing industry in NC has declined so drastically over the last couple of decades. When I was a kid there were easily 5 times as many commercial boats in Pamlico County than there are now and many of the remaining ones fish other states heavily to make a living.\r\n
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    \r\n Quote Originally Posted by Frank Powers\r\n View Post\r\n
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    Then I wonder why the commercial fishing industry in NC has declined so drastically over the last couple of decades. When I was a kid there were easily 5 times as many commercial boats in Pamlico County than there are now and many of the remaining ones fish other states heavily to make a living.
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    Maybe because NC\'s motto over the past several decades has been to maximize harvest at all cost? What happened to the New England cod fishery?\r\n
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    Then I wonder why the commercial fishing industry in NC has declined so drastically over the last couple of decades. When I was a kid there were easily 5 times as many commercial boats in Pamlico County than there are now and many of the remaining ones fish other states heavily to make a living.
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    At the risk of shutting this thread down since it\'s verboten to discuss the real issues, I submit that is a rhetorical question with a parallel. When an area is logged out, loggers have to move elsewhere to continue logging. Sound forest management however, assures a sustained harvest over that same area over a longer period. See the parallel? Could it be there are fewer fishermen because there are fewer fish? And could the dearth of fish be due to harvesting for decades at an unsustainable level?
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    Then I wonder why the commercial fishing industry in NC has declined so drastically over the last couple of decades. When I was a kid there were easily 5 times as many commercial boats in Pamlico County than there are now and many of the remaining ones fish other states heavily to make a living.
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    I think the photo of the boat helps answer that question... the one with the net reel capable of setting and pulling 1,000s of yards of net versus the guy doing it by hand. The DMF measures effort by a trip. Does the guy hand setting 100-yards of net equal the same amount of effort as a fisherman setting 1,000-yards of net with a net reel? Common sense would say the second is 10X the effort, but DMF data says it is the same effort- one trip.
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      Default Guided Gillnet Trip for Speckle Trout

      Is this legal? If it is, would the SCFL holder also have to have a Dealer's license to let a paying customer retain fish?

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