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cmdrost 12-14-2009 04:07 PM

triple tail survey on CCA website
 
Please take the time to participate in this important survey on triple tail fishing.

www.ccalouisiana.com

"W" 12-14-2009 05:38 PM

Just took the Survey and read the article and agree about putting a limit on these fish but, I also don’t like the fact that we are getting Liberal toward our fishing! My out look is the same with Snapper....ITS A Big AZZ Gulf and lots of water! No way I mean no way are we even touching 10% of the snapper in the Gulf.... I fly about 500Miles every two weeks and can count on one hand the number of boats I see fishing out here.......when you take the number of boat per square mile......I would be unreal! I know the East side gets more pressure with charters but Still NO WAY we are hurting Snapper!!! I cannot see it... Same with Triple tail....They migrate in and out among a huge body of water!!! Millions on Millions of fish!!!! We have no clue what kind of structures and reefs the gulf holds and what kind of numbers we are looking at!!!!

I also heard talks of them wanting to drop the trout limit on Big Lake again.... I for one will fight against this one! 15 is fine we need to leave well enough alone! Hard headed guys dont understand one body of water can only hold so many fish no matter what you do!!! You cant but 10 shoes in a shoe box...not going to happen..... So cutting limits lower will no raise trout pouplation any more and if it does we wont see it!!!....

Ray 12-14-2009 05:42 PM

I got the email from CCA a little while ago.

Hopedale Hustler 12-14-2009 05:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by "W" (Post 91256)
Just took the Survey and read the article and agree about putting a limit on these fish but, I also don’t like the fact that we are getting Liberal toward our fishing! My out look is the same with Snapper....ITS A Big AZZ Gulf and lots of water! No way I mean no way are we even touching 10% of the snapper in the Gulf.... I fly about 500Miles every two weeks and can count on one hand the number of boats I see fishing out here.......when you take the number of boat per square mile......I would be unreal! I know the East side gets more pressure with charters but Still NO WAY we are hurting Snapper!!! I cannot see it... Same with Triple tail....They migrate in and out among a huge body of water!!! Millions on Millions of fish!!!! We have no clue what kind of structures and reefs the gulf holds and what kind of numbers we are looking at!!!!

I also heard talks of them wanting to drop the trout limit on Big Lake again.... I for one will fight against this one! 15 is fine we need to leave well enough alone! Hard headed guys dont understand one body of water can only hold so many fish no matter what you do!!! You cant but 10 shoes in a shoe box...not going to happen..... So cutting limits lower will no raise trout pouplation any more and if it does we wont see it!!!....



you hit the nail on the head..i personally say raise yalls limit to 25 because much like snapper we are only touching a very small number of the trout there are....liberal fisherman will be the death of the sport...

Gerald 12-14-2009 06:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by "W" (Post 91256)
Just took the Survey and read the article and agree about putting a limit on these fish but, I also don’t like the fact that we are getting Liberal toward our fishing! My out look is the same with Snapper....ITS A Big AZZ Gulf and lots of water! No way I mean no way are we even touching 10% of the snapper in the Gulf.... I fly about 500Miles every two weeks and can count on one hand the number of boats I see fishing out here.......when you take the number of boat per square mile......I would be unreal! I know the East side gets more pressure with charters but Still NO WAY we are hurting Snapper!!! I cannot see it... Same with Triple tail....They migrate in and out among a huge body of water!!! Millions on Millions of fish!!!! We have no clue what kind of structures and reefs the gulf holds and what kind of numbers we are looking at!!!!

I also heard talks of them wanting to drop the trout limit on Big Lake again.... I for one will fight against this one! 15 is fine we need to leave well enough alone! Hard headed guys dont understand one body of water can only hold so many fish no matter what you do!!! You cant but 10 shoes in a shoe box...not going to happen..... So cutting limits lower will no raise trout pouplation any more and if it does we wont see it!!!....

Any change in a fish limit......should be state wide. This includes the Southeast part of the state.

Hopedale Hustler 12-14-2009 06:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gerald (Post 91278)
Any change in a fish limit......should be state wide. This includes the Southeast part of the state.



do u mean they are state wide?? or should be??

BossHog 12-14-2009 08:17 PM

I say just leave it alone. "If it aint broke dont fix it." Plus Im seeing more triple tail the last couple of years than ever. Once again the gonna try and mess with something they have no clue about.

Gerald 12-14-2009 08:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hopedale Hustler (Post 91279)
do u mean they are state wide?? or should be??

My earlier post was in "reference" to the change that was made to the Speckle Trout limit a few years ago for the "Big Lake" area of the state.

Only this area had the Speckle Trout limit reduced to 15 fish per day. No other part of the state had there limit reduced.

So.......what I meant was that if any change is made to a limit on any fish....it should be state wide. Not just for one area. Unless there is a reason other than "it feel like it should be done".

"W" 12-14-2009 08:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BossHog (Post 91354)
I say just leave it alone. "If it aint broke dont fix it." Plus Im seeing more triple tail the last couple of years than ever. Once again the gonna try and mess with something they have no clue about.

I agree with this also.....Leave it alone.... No way in Hell will we ever fish any saltwater fish out with Rod N Reel.... NO WAY!!!

LaAngler 12-14-2009 10:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by "W" (Post 91360)
I agree with this also.....Leave it alone.... No way in Hell will we ever fish any saltwater fish out with Rod N Reel.... NO WAY!!!

i bet you don't think redfish and trout can be fished out with gillnets either huh..


you have no clue about tripletail why even get involved?

Quote:

Originally Posted by "W" (Post 91256)
No way I mean no way are we even touching 10% of the snapper in the Gulf.... I fly about 500Miles every two weeks and can count on one hand the number of boats I see fishing out here.......when you take the number of boat per square mile......I would be unreal! I know the East side gets more pressure with charters but Still NO WAY we are hurting Snapper!!!

Shrimp boats, commercial snapper boats, and recreational boats added together have a HUGE impact on snapper. Before the bay boat craze you could catch nice snapper at the tenaco's and north oil city, you can't do that now.



I took the survey and YES i think there should be a limit, I dont know what is should be. Why doesn't CCA get involved and do some studies? Could it be they are too busy having banquets and tournaments?

Ray 12-14-2009 10:49 PM

I don't think anyone or any organization has much info. on Triple Tail.

I do know that there are not near as many as a few years ago, out of Cameron.
At one time, you could catch a few anytime when coming in from fishing
offshore. Just hit some buoy's or some floating grass or trash. They are
too easy to catch.
I have seen people catch them and throw them back, cause they didn't know
what they were, or didn't know they were good to eat.

Hopedale Hustler 12-14-2009 10:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ray (Post 91427)
I don't think anyone or any organization has much info. on Triple Tail.

I do know that there are not near as many as a few years ago, out of Cameron.
At one time, you could catch a few anytime when coming in from fishing
offshore. Just hit some buoy's or some floating grass or trash. They are
too easy to catch.
I have seen people catch them and throw them back, cause they didn't know
what they were, or didn't know they were good to eat.


you are correct about that ray...

Ray 12-14-2009 10:53 PM

They were always a good meat fish when offshore fishing was bad.
When I was younger, just 1 of them could make a great meal for a
whole family. You just don't see the big ones anymore. But you still
see a few big uns now and then.
They were fun to sight fish. They will hit almost anything.

Hopedale Hustler 12-14-2009 10:55 PM

man i've never seen so many of them in the Breton Sound till this Summer...seems like they were all over the place..any structure.....also in lake P too..

Ray 12-14-2009 11:03 PM

Hopefully they will come back to Cameron this year.
I like catching one, scaling, gutting and cutting it's
head off. Then give it to my aunt to make a great
mater gravy with it.
Just 1 or 2 is all I need. I don't like having a lot of
fish in the freezer. When I do, some always goes bad.

Hopedale Hustler 12-14-2009 11:05 PM

dude you should try cutting the neck out and frying it just like snapper


they are awsome...

Ray 12-14-2009 11:08 PM

I have had them fried. I like any fish fried.

Hopedale Hustler 12-14-2009 11:12 PM

i didnt know you could fry any fish necks

Ray 12-14-2009 11:13 PM

Fishes don't have necks. Fishes have feelays.

Hopedale Hustler 12-14-2009 11:16 PM

no man im talking about there necks or throats...hahaha.....i wasnt messin with ya...you cut there throats or necks as some people say..scale them then fry em...they are awsome most people do it on triple tail and snapper....best part of the fish hands down...reallll white meat no survivorman bs...


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