Posted by Kevin on December 18, 2000 at 15:21:02:
In Reply to: DF&G fines? posted by Max Bottomtime on December 18, 2000 at 15:10:15:
Its up to the individual judge.
Someone who appears in court for the first time and
explains to the judge how his lobster gauge had a slight
bend in it, resulting in a "short" ( barely ), gets
a very reduced fine and warning.
Someone who appears in court with prior poaching arrests
or worse, convictions, usually will feel the heavy hand of
As an avid hunter, I follow the rules. But I do have a
friend who did get cited because his cheap aluminum gauge
did have a slight bend from years of use.
Live and learn, I went out an got a new gauge,
thick and made of brass.
"Max", are you gonna make the Wreck Diver's
annual competition this Wed night ??
Lots of goodies this year, including a
torpedo launcher, don't ask . . . .
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