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Submitted by nc wildlife commision (not verified) on Mon, 11/03/2008 - 12:34pm.
yeah just pay a visit to the public boating access on any weekend at wrightsville beach and you will see why there are no fish left this is no joke ,commercial fishing liscenses are about $2500 obtained by the state of nc wildlife resources division ,now this is what just i think dont make much sense unless you can prove the fish are going to a church or homeless people or that you are using this in the proper way ,you can also obtain a liscense to catch the same amount of fish as a commercial fisherman liscense but you can not sell the fish for $35 dollars,yes you can buy a liscense from nc wildlife commision for $35 dollars that enables you to catch the same amout as a commercial fishing liscense , now you say where are all the fish in the hands of our wildlife commisioners.
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