Modification to the Recreational For-hire Red Snapper Annual Catch Target Buffer (Responses)
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5/24/2019 14:20:18Test Testtest@gulfcouncil.orgTampa, FL 33607OtherTesting
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6/6/2019 13:58:04Dylan Hubbard
dhubbard@hubbardsmarina.com
Madeira Beach, FL
Charter/Headboat For-Hire
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xLxTji_n_sOiu9DVrNVfwVjNk3iwPc1P
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6/6/2019 14:16:23Kelia Paul
libraslovecharters@gmail.com
Panama City, Beach, FL
Charter/Headboat For-Hire
Thank you for allowing me to speak over my time yesterday, but despite that there were a few more topics I would have of liked to have time to discuss. I have included those below, and appreciate the Council's hard work and dedication to our industry. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Modification to the Recreational For-hire Red Snapper ACT Buffer
Action 1--Alternative 2, more days while maintaining the fishery. For the discussion on the 2 day bag limit, I completely agree with Dylan Hubbard, it doesn’t matter when those fish are caught if we only have our limit when we return. What does matter is reducing discard mortality rates due to barotrauma. It is unnecessary to put ourselves in a situation that would cost that. It doesn’t make any sense at all to keep this rule.
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