Discussion in 'Baja Mexico Fishing Reports and Discussion' started by apple harbor, Dec 16, 2016.
You spelled occurred wrong... otherwise, one of your best replies...
I was rattled by the moment....
Where's the grammar Nazi when you need him...nice backup Gil.
Rounding them up and caring for them will be very expensive. I don't understand why the Mexican government can't use that money to increase enforcement. I'm sure some of you guys understand better than I.
4 years ago there we're 200,now 60 or less I think closer to forty then 60.I am no expert but if you can go out at night and score a few toatoaba and pull in a few thousand $$$ .There is no way patrol boats ,and military operations on land can cover the entire area.The poachers will take the risk.How many other boats didn't get popped this week? We'll never know.And now it's to late,I don't have an opinion on what should be done. I think that window has passed.I believe the round up is the last ditch effort to save the Vaquita.So So Very Sad.
They're doomed if nothing is done. Something saved the Condor and it wasn't "nothing."
This is the most surreal title to a thread on any message board ever! I don't know whether to laugh or whatever but unfortunately its just another day under the wing of momma gobierno and her advisors. Unfortunately we've been down this road before many times. All the effort will be a waste of time for the vaquita but wow what a fine opportunity for envirofundraising.
Looks like th US Navy dolphins are going to assist.
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