Dog Tired wrote:
has anything come of this thus far? crazy how some folks think
So far the "Committee has developed a recommendation. It has not been submitted to the County Commissioners for consideration.
The storm caused the Sept. meeting to be canceled. It was my understanding the committee would have a final vote on the recommendations. Not sure that has been rescheduled.
My understanding of the recommendations are:
300 yard separation between hunting groups. Landowners have priority for a location on their land if they get to their blind 1 hour before LST. (Trespassing laws still in effect - you cannot set up on private marsh)
No decoys to be put out before 4 am, must be taken up by 1 hour after sunset.
Float blind permit is required for all float blinds. If it is floating in the water an you are hunting out of it, the craft requires a float blind permit. Cost approximately $250 per year.
No pole blinds can be constructed in public water.