Saith the Smoky Mountain News:
Of interest to anglers is a statewide proposed regulation that encourages private landowners to allow public access to inland fishing waters.
You may think twice before skinny dipping in your pond. You may think twice before stocking it with beautiful goldfish. Or you might rearrange your busy schedule to attend a public hearing sponsored by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, to be held at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 8, at the Graham County Courthouse. The topic of discussion will be changes proposed for the 2014-2015 state fishing and wildlife regulations.
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P.S. I also never liked government’s use of the term “management” for selective killing.
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