Historical Captain For-Hire Permits (Responses)
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4/23/2018 12:27:20Testtest@gulfcouncil.orgTampaOtherTEST TEST TEST
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4/23/2018 13:19:38Tom Ardfairwater2@icloud.comOrange Beach, AL
Charter/Headboat For-Hire
This is Capt. Tom Ard from Orange Beach, Alabama. I am the owner of 4 federally permitted charter boats, 2 six passenger and 2 multi-passenger vessels. I was unable to make the meeting public comment in Mississippi today so I wanted to express some of my concerns.
Historical Reef Fish Permits: I would like to see these permits to become permanent for the Captains that now own boats. Maybe give them 5 years to buy a boat or something like that, but these historical captains that own their own boat should have the same permit as I.
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4/23/2018 13:20:34Scott Hickmanlistodos@gmail.comGalveston, TX
Charter/Headboat For-Hire
I Support making historical CFH permits the same as regular CFH permits.
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