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    NGPC Fishing Release: Fisheries public informational meetings scheduled across Nebraska

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Anglers are encouraged to attend the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s fisheries public informational meetings this winter to offer input on the future of fisheries management in Nebraska. The meetings will begin with an overview of the 2018 fishing forecast, an update on special projects, and a report of potential regulation changes. …

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    #2
    in b4 cast nets.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Jthod View Post
      in b4 cast nets.
      Man, this cast net bickering, especially for no good reason, is really getting old.

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        #4
        Originally posted by creekchubdale View Post

        Man, this cast net bickering, especially for no good reason, is really getting old.
        Yep
        ​Go Big Red!!

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          #5
          Funny the cast net guys didn't even bring it up

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          • creekchubdale
            creekchubdale commented
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            Seems like some people like to antagonize just for the sake of it.

          • FishinForEyes
            FishinForEyes commented
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            Those bored green carp fisherpersons just like to stir the pot. I wish I could be that bored.

          #6
          It's early.

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            #7
            It would be nice to know what the potential regulation changes are before the meeting.

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              #8
              It is an "informational" meeting, not a public hearing. There are no proposed regulation changes on the SOS website. So this is one of those meeting where they gather information, not a public hearing.

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                #9
                Originally posted by 10 90 J2 View Post
                It is an "informational" meeting, not a public hearing. There are no proposed regulation changes on the SOS website. So this is one of those meeting where they gather information, not a public hearing.
                But the flyer says "potential regulation changes"? In the past, from my experience, that has meant they are already in the works.

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                  #10
                  Originally posted by creekchubdale View Post

                  But the flyer says "potential regulation changes"? In the past, from my experience, that has meant they are already in the works.
                  I'm sure they have some ideas they want to bounce around (hence the public meetings...), but there are no formal proposals in the hopper posted online for the regulatory process or on the agenda for a commission meeting, so they would be ideas at this point in time. Fishing reg changes are usually passed in the fall anyway. So, as it says, this appears to be an "informational" meeting.

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                  • whitetips
                    whitetips commented
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                    What he said!

                    Daryl B.

                  #11
                  Informational meeting means they are going to inform you about what they voted on and changed last fall. 🙂

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                  • whitetips
                    whitetips commented
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                    Um, no, there were no changes last fall.

                    Daryl B.

                  #12
                  Originally posted by cougarw View Post
                  Informational meeting means they are going to inform you about what they voted on and changed last fall. 🙂
                  If they voted on and changed something last fall then you should already know that information as it would be in the 2018 Fishing Regulations.

                  Proposed regulations seems to imply something being considered for the future.

                  ClearCreek

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                    #13
                    Originally posted by ClearCreek View Post

                    If they voted on and changed something last fall then you should already know that information as it would be in the 2018 Fishing Regulations.

                    Proposed regulations seems to imply something being considered for the future.

                    ClearCreek
                    Not necessarily, sometimes there's a lag time for implementation. The only real way to find out for sure is to attend and pay close attention to what's being proposed & discussed.

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                      #14
                      Would be nice to have some meeting in North central Nebraska.

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                        #15
                        Originally posted by creekchubdale View Post

                        Not necessarily, sometimes there's a lag time for implementation. The only real way to find out for sure is to attend and pay close attention to what's being proposed & discussed.
                        Regulation/Commission Order changes don't operate the same as LBs. And as someone who HAS been paying attention, there haven't been any changes in sport fishing since the small changes last fall--which are already in effect AND in the 2018 guide.

                        http://outdoornebraska.gov/regulations/

                        http://outdoornebraska.gov/wp-conten...6-10-20-17.pdf


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