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    Default All public boat ramps closed

    Time to fire on Fort Sumter again IMO


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    WTF??!! Just when you was going fishing this week!!
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    Sure hope they are open by the full moon

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    Yep, that is BS
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    Damn that’s terrible news. Anyone got a private ramp I can use? Big trouts are getting right
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    And as for lake, couldn’t you technically put in at the private ramps you gotta pay to use?
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    Not closed to me- I work on the water. LoL
    Seriously total bullshit- instead of ticketing the offenders they take away a publicly funded resource and now it's off limits to all but the wealthy, just like the beaches.

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    I haven’t commented on this much, but that is a BS move. I now can’t take my own kids to the waterway for some social distancing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Habit View Post
    Not closed to me- I work on the water. LoL
    Seriously total bullshit- instead of ticketing the offenders they take away a publicly funded resource and now it's off limits to all but the wealthy, just like the beaches.
    Kind of biting the hand that feeds you, arenít you, haha?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Habit View Post
    Not closed to me- I work on the water. LoL
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    Did you see somewhere they are keeping them open for commercial use?

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    Fok’m, I’ll put in on the GA side!!
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    Well, the mass party crowds and so forth probably had a large part to do with it. Still bullshit
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    Stupid people ruining it for the rest.

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    Everyone with a boat should tow to your nearest ramp this weekend


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    I guess i will have to drive over to the georgia to launch on clatk hill,check

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    Closed except those who have a commercial fishing license, at least they get the ability to continue making money and putting food on the table. Time to spend the $150 and get mine I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernWake View Post
    Did you see somewhere they are keeping them open for commercial use?
    Essential business that operates on the water, have to go check on barges etc . Would be like closing roads to truckers
    I guess I need to slip my offshore boat quick like
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtroy4man View Post
    Closed except those who have a commercial fishing license, at least they get the ability to continue making money and putting food on the table. Time to spend the $150 and get mine I guess.
    Thatís what Iím thinking. $150 is chump change for anyone wanting to use their boat.


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    This would not have happened had all you stupid motherfukers (you as in had you been one of them) hadn't gathered for parties on beaches, islands, and sandbars the past couple of weeks!
    Those of you that did I hope you get kicked in the balls or the box by someone who just wanted to relax on the water
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    Between Joe Diffie dying and this shit....


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