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 Posted: Fri Jun 9th, 2017 02:12 am
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Vince Radice
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So I have been sent some pictures of this event from a facebook post by several sources. Facebook post was of course taken down almost immediately. Would anyone care to comment on this? I believe this if from June 6th but will have to go back and double check that date.

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Someone needs a "lesson in life", boat impounded and so on.
Things like this are upsetting in many ways.

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I have heard of a few boats doing this. Here is the problem you can't just tell a local to stop fishing like that because it is simply there waters. Also YES it is exceeding the limit as 5 dorado per person per day is allowed. This kind of stuff pisses me off absolutely sickening 

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2 dorado per day per person

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It was an American who I believe either chartered out his boat or lent it to some Mexicans and then they posted this on face book. The American now does not wish to admit what happened on his boat.

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THIS is the problem!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Makes me sick and also pissed.

What is the name of the boat? Anyone want to stand up and be responsible? I didn't think so.

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Ok I would like to offer the owner of this boat a chance to come clean and simply apologize for what happened on this boat.

That was my intent when i initiated a conversation with him on Facebook. After showing him the pictures that I was sent he told me he could not recognize the boat from the pictures.

If the owner of this boat would simply come clean I would consider dropping the whole thing but since he seems to not want to come clean I feel I have no choice but to make a formal denuncia with Profepa and Conapesca.

I don't get it. Why not simply admit a mistake and move on.

also a quick note, if anyone wants to send me a message, please don't private message me on the forum, it is easier for me to communicate via email. Thanks

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This kind of stuff should be reported and the owner of the boat should be facing a fine. This simply should not happen what so ever. Know wonder why dorado is hard to come by because people like this rape the entire school. And have no sence of graditude to haveing a fish to eat. Know need for 100

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Not only are most of the fish too small I don't see many males

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I cleaned 2 females last week and they were both carrying eggs and almost ready to spawn.

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I'm sure he biggest fish in there is 10 lbs mabey everything else under 5

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The Boat's name is Sin Cuidado, how appropriate is that. The owner of the boats name is Jeremy Black.

Possible Captains name is Juan Tirado. Other fisherman on board could be Fernando Vargas and Ernesto Perez.

Perhaps anyone who knows any of these guys could ask them to maybe reconsider what they did. All the little females in that boat is a sad sad site indeed. Some body out there must be a good friend of Mr. Blacks no? If he had any guts and any class he would simply apologize for what happened.

There were two other boats that day fishing a large yellow ghost buoy about 4 miles from San Antonio. The other two boats filled up as well from what I am being told be an eye witness to the event.

So I guess it seems many of the sport fisherman here in San Carlos are really no better than the commercial long line fisherman who helped devastate the fishery just a few short years ago.

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100% agree. I'm going down on Tuesday who knows they might all be  scarce again . From what I'm being told there are many this year just small and have not been hungry. Very Very Very upsetting. It's so wrong in so many ways! Who needs that much fish? Know one

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You bet they will be scarce again, simply imagine how many sport fishing boats have done this over the last two weeks? What is the percentage of small females being taken compared to males.

Back in the day I believed it would be impossible for the sport fishing sector to have much of an impact on the dorado fishery in general. But that was when there were huge volumes of fish. Now it is clear to me that the sport fisherman here are just as big of a problem as the long liner fisherman used to be.

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Vince Radice wrote: You bet they will be scarce again, simply imagine how many sport fishing boats have done this over the last two weeks? What is the percentage of small females being taken compared to males.

Back in the day I believed it would be impossible for the sport fishing sector to have much of an impact on the dorado fishery in general. But that was when there were huge volumes of fish. Now it is clear to me that the sport fisherman here are just as big of a problem as the long liner fisherman used to be.

Come on, Vince. Hyperbole like "..... sport fisherman here are just as big of a problem as the long liner fisherman used to be."  isn't doing your credibility any good. 

Stick to fingering the real culprits;  the commercials and their lackeys, Pesca. That's what got us to this point.

Or is your marine sanctuary going to ban sportfishing, too?

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Hook he is not saying that. And I respectfully agree with him. When you take hundreds out at one fish out at one "sitting" now emagine 20 boats doing the same thing for a week. It's a big problem 

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I think that ALL Fishing should be Banned for the Entire Sea of Cortez for 5 Years.

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People DO need to eat.  How about a lottery with tags. Let's also not forget that this is an INDUSTRY ........and that means $$$$$$$$$$  THE EVER RULING BOTTOM LINE. Even if you don't wet a line.

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I see the writing on the wall. In 30 years the fishing ban will be enacted by Mother Earth Herself.......There just will not be any more fish to harvest!


It has been my observation that to lots of the locals et al, Looking into the future is "Whats for Lunch"  Distant Future "Whats for Supper"  NO LIE....you might see it too if you Open Your Eyes!!!!


There are Too many Mouths fighting for diminishing resources.... And they are making more mouths every day.


I have seen the Future. Can you Imagine an orange devoured by a fungus.   

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Hyberbole my ass, there is no longer a commercial fishery for dorado in the sea of cortes, especially Guaymas because their is not a sufficient quantity of them to make it commercially viable. When was the last time you saw a Shrimp boat towing 12 pangas to the baja? When was the last you released a turtle from a long line? I don't worry about my credibility with you or anyone else. Do some research.

AT this point the real culprits here are essentially anyone who refuses to respect the law but more importantly the resource. It would appear there are plenty of sport fisherman, who are supposed to be the good guys, out there that don't respect either.

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