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Old 04-06-2006, 06:55 PM   #1
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Florida Beaches

I live in Ft.Lauderdale Florida and live about 30 min away from the beach and about 5 hours away from the keys, I know about the laws of taking fish and etc but has anyone in Florida get something from the beaches? And where are good spots ?
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Old 04-06-2006, 06:58 PM   #2
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I do not think anyone here is going to incriminate themselves.
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The place with the least amount of law enforcement.
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Old 04-06-2006, 07:18 PM   #3
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Sorry to be a so called "Criminal" , I dont want fish,lr,ls or any thing like that but only would like to possibly if there are, bring some small hermits go in my reef aquarium cuz here they are $2-3 bucks for 1 and I need about 10.
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Tell it to the judge Keep in mind that the coast has tons of pollution. Know that collection cup on your skimmer? That is the surf we walk in. :| If you do get them I would definitely QT. Also be aware that you are not getting the standard blue, red hermits stores sell. Be aware their diet may include something you want to keep.
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Old 04-06-2006, 11:59 PM   #5
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You probably right , "tell it to the judge" wow your funny , Im not going to take wildlife from its habitat , I love animals and wouldnt want to hurt them , sorry 4 even bringing it up
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Well, if you want to get technical, unless you ONLY buy tank-bred fish and tank-bred corals, you are taking wildlife from its' natural habitat. The vast majority of fish we buy for our saltwater tanks were snagged from the ocean...

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As pkremer said it is next to impossible to not remove animals from their "home". I just wanted to let you know what you may run into if you get them. I am sure it is done a lot. You are not a criminal I am just picking with you. Besides there are no judges on here.
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i live in fla and if u get a fla fish regulation chart it will tell youwhat you can and can not take.
Also google for fla wild life and game. same place you buy a fishing lic from
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I just found some cheap hermits at 10 for $7 , I know it was stupid to even bring it up , The ocean might bring diseases to my tank, Law Problems and etc , Sorry to bring it up
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I collect shells for my hermits off the beach, but thats about it!
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