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tin_a_tuna
18-01-2004, 06:45 AM
G'DAY QUEENSLAND FISHERPERSONS ;D ;D
NOW IS THE TIME TO LET THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE THE RULES, KNOW THAT WE WILL HAVE OUR SAY AT THE POLLS. :-X :-X :-X ::) ::)







Beer is proof that GOD loves us and wants us to be happy

Zeeke
18-01-2004, 06:50 AM
where can you get the "I FISH AND I VOTE" stickers from?


Tim

agnes_jack
18-01-2004, 07:25 AM
Gday Tin_a_tuna
The question is who do we vote for?

tin_a_tuna
18-01-2004, 02:36 PM
I guess its up to the FISHERPERSONS/CANDIDATE who care enough about our inshore/esturary to challenge the present ridiculous archaic way of thinking ABOUT OUR FUTURE FISHERY. >:( >:(Anyway I will be e-mailing / phoning the various persons to find out their policies.
strewth after this election we'll have another 3 years and lets face it we will ALL be older and STILL CATCHING LESS & LESS FISH. :-X :-X ;D


i don't need friends I make beer

ferralflyer
18-01-2004, 06:01 PM
Vote for who you want, it wont stop the tones of soil and flowing out of burpengary creek for the last few days and for many years killing morten bay,
had EPA down to look at it and not much EPA can do stange that ??? ??? ??? ??? ,and gess what the developers are courseing it and council is letting them and so are the dogooders called pollies and the
I FISH And I VOTE fishers should look in there own back yards and work places to do something to stop this happening not blaming rules and regs which the I FISH and I VOTE fisher asked for and now look what you have done and got,actions speack louder than words, tell your canderites from your loacl area about the lack of concern on these probloms that affect the I FISH and I VOTE fishers and everone else and that so important thing
called the BAYwere WE all fish would you not say,it shits me to see I FISH and I VOTE sticker on cars and trucks on development sites and there the ones that winge the worst, as i have witnessed first hand ,just thought id mention that,Cheers ;)

snappa
18-01-2004, 06:24 PM
I FISH AND I VOTE ;D

the two have no connection ???

Greta_G
18-01-2004, 06:41 PM
I'm not really into politics, but it is obvious that most of you people here take this thing serious. Especially when it comes to fishing.

I have read the new rules for Grey nurse fishing, and asked a male friend about it. He said it was all politically motivated, because there is no real reason to put in place those boundries.

Maybe someone should ask the rule maker , WHY ?

I don't like to think I would vote for a personality rather than policy, but it is true , that whenever I asl someone about the election, they say they'll vote for so & so. Never mention a party , just someones name.

Greta

PinHead
18-01-2004, 11:28 PM
"tones of silinity flowing out of burpengary creek for the last few days and for many years killing morten bay,"

ferral..what is the "silinity" you are referring to ??

jimbamb
19-01-2004, 12:13 PM
Greta,
The interesting thing about the exclusion aroung Wolf Rock >>It doesn't apply to divers>>Guess who was pushing for the fishing exclusion???????
A minority gets its own way again!!!

ferralflyer
19-01-2004, 12:38 PM
soils,silt,pinhead it settles on that all important SEAGRASS and chocks it, as well as the nutriment that does not help one little bit.

PinHead
19-01-2004, 01:07 PM
ferral..that is sediment..not salinity..salinity is the problem in the country areas where, due to irrigation etc. the water table has risen and brought the salts closer to the surface..these need to be reduced . Just a quick comment ferral..was your land cleared for you to live where you are? We are all hypocrites..we whine about land clearing yet we all live in houses or apartments..why weren't we protesting when they cleared our land???

ferralflyer
19-01-2004, 01:47 PM
Changed it just for you pinnhead and sediment is affter the fact i belive and i said silinity not sailinity and yes we are all hypocrites hay, but at least your propaired to admite and may think a bit different about things when a creek flowing soils out on you fishing area and i would hope some will make calls to pollies and have a go at them to do something instead of putting things on paper not to act on then . ;)

ps one drop of water can hold 7 grains of soil.

tin_a_tuna
19-01-2004, 01:58 PM
dEAR FEARFULFLYER,
have a big saturday night hummm? :-X
eat a can of snappy tom ???? :-X
I agree with all you say, but hey, remember " marathons begin with first step " ;D :-/ .
old hindu saying or was it aztec or maybe mayan :-*

jockey
20-01-2004, 05:34 AM
Chinese I think, maybe confusius - a journey of a thousand miles begins with but one step.

craigie
20-01-2004, 02:22 PM
Plent of 'CHOCOLATE' water flowing out of Burpengary this weekend. Was down the mouth on Sunday Morning.
Safe to say that Pine River and Caboolture river were doing the same thing.

oh yes, those two pricks I said g'day to at the boat ramp, thanks for stealing one of my orange Crab Pots >:( >:( >:( I'm looking for you !!!

Craigie.