Indaswamp wrote: Underradar wrote: Indaswamp wrote:
assateague wrote:No it doesn't.
O.K. Assa, If it is not owned by the people, who owns it then?
No one owns them. They are wild things, free to roam as they please. Only when killed and taken in hand are they owned, by the one who holds them.
Tell that to the guys "farming" redfish in marsh that has access to public water......they are claiming ownership of said fish within their boundary.
People farm redfish? I've seen the aquaculture pens for salmon and tuna, but how are they farming reds? I would think it's too shallow for pens, and if they aren't using ponds, how does that work?
As a side note, fishing in louisianna confused me, bc you'd be motoring down a waterway and all the sudden come to a private property sign that said do not enter. I never understood how that worked either, but I obeyed the signs for fear of being fed to the gators.
Give a man a match and he'll be warm for an hour... Set him on fire and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.