I say let the inlets fill in, shoal up, close up or whatever they're going to do. Let nature take it's course and deal with it I say. North Carolinians delt with nature for hundreds of years before dredging btw. The whole dredging industry is a boon-doggle imho. They charge incredibly outrageous prices to move sand around only to have it fill right back in within a year or so.
It costs enough as is to own a boat...registration fees, insurance, trailer tags, fuel, property tax, fishing license...sheesh maybe I'll just sell my boats and start fishing off the bank.
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