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July 29, 2007

Be Careful Out There!



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Hello from Surf City! This picture came from the website linked below. Check it out. Lots of laughs!
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July 27, 2007

Surf City Pier Update


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Hello from Surf City! Three more kings on Surf City Pier yesterday (Thursday) that makes 65 this year. No kings today, but Joe Brown did land a 55 lb tarpon today. Also landed were a couple of flounders. No report on Friday night fishing yet. Stay tuned!




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Bodie Island Lighthouse



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Hello from Surf City!
Base of Bodie Island Lighthouse to Open for Viewing

Having recently completed an emergency stabilization
project at the Bodie
Island Lighthouse, the National Park Service will be
opening the base of
the structure for public viewing on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning Tuesday, July 31.
This schedule will be
in effect through Labor Day. The tower itself will
not be open for
climbing.

Cape Hatteras National Seashore volunteers will be at
the lighthouse on
these days to greet visitors wishing to view the old
oil house and peer up
the spiraling cast iron stair case of the 1873 tower.
Volunteers will be
telling stories of the light stationĂ¢€™s past as well
as of plans of future
restoration projects, including a major repair of the
structure anticipated
to begin in 2008.




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July 26, 2007

Kings at Surf City Pier


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Hello from Surf City! As of yesterday, July 25, 2007, sixty one (61) kings have been reported caught from Surf City Pier. Nice year!





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CRFL Advisory Committee is Announced


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Hello from Surf City! The Coastal Recreational Fishing License Advisory Committee has been selected and announced. The members are as follows:

Richen M. Brame Wilmington

Kenneth Richard Compton Newport

David Brian Cooper Bolivia

Franklin M. Folb Avon

Robert R. McPherson Atlantic Beach

Christopher Charles Medlin Hampstead

Bettie Jean Taylor Mitchell Havelock

Robert Bolling Nowell Jr. Raleigh

Larry W. Stephenson Winston Salem

Darrell L. Taylor Jacksonville

Frank V. Tursi Swansboro





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CCA-Red Drum Press Release


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Hello from Surf City! Regrettably, the Red Drum Advisory Committee voted to increase the commercial take of red drum by 43%. Recreational bag limit will stay the same. This decision is not set in stone, and CCA is working against this measure.



The complete press release is attached.


In a stunning vote against conservation on July 17, the Red Drum Advisory Committee voted in favor of increasing the daily commercial trip limit 43% while keeping the recreational bag limit the same. While this vote does not in and of itself raise the commercial trip limit, the NC Marine Fisheries Commission must approve such a regulation, it is a significant step in the wrong direction.

Red drum have been under management for over twenty years, but due to liberal regulations in the past that did not curb harvest, the desired management goals were never achieved. The last Red Drum Fishery Management Plan, implemented in 1999, reduced the recreational bag limit by 80% (from 5 fish to1 fish/day), which the recreational folks supported in order to recover the species. The commercial “cap” was set at 250,000 pounds, a number only exceeded 4 times previously and well above the annual average. An initial 100-pound daily trip limit was also implemented for commercial fishermen. The commercial fishery was to be a “bycatch” fishery and not designed to target red drum. The 250,000-pound cap was promptly exceeded substantially in 1999 and 2000. Thus a 7 fish trip limit was established for the 2001 season and a netter must have equal poundage of other fish in order to possess the 7 red drum. This regulation, crafted and supported by the NC Division of Marine Fisheries staff, prevented commercial gill netters from targeting red drum, but allowed them to keep a few caught incidentally.

Not surprisingly, the stringent regulations have worked. Escapement has increased and is approaching the target of 40%, thus the red drum population is on the road to recovery. It is not recovered, as escapement simply means we are allowing 40% of the juvenile population to “escape” to spawning age. They will have to escape for years to re-establish the historic age structure and spawning stock required by red drum as this species lives in excess of 30 years.

On Tuesday July 17, at a meeting of the Red Drum Advisory Committee, an advisory committee to the NC Division of Marine Fisheries, the netters played their hand – despite the conservation regulations that clearly worked, they want more red drum, right now. They want to increase the trip limit to 10, against the professional advice of the Division of Marine Fisheries biologists, who recommended keeping the regulations the same (since they are working) and allowing red drum to fully recover.

“This makes no sense,” said Bill Mandulak President of the Coastal Conservation Association North Carolina. “Red drum are recovering from years of abuse and right when we get them on the right track the netters want to cut into those gains.”

“This is a conservation issue all recreational fishermen should support,” Bill said. “For once we have a fish on the right path to recovery; we need to be certain our regulations keep us on that path. After all, if we keep the current regulations our only risk is that we have more and bigger fish in the future. That’s what we all want.”

The stated purpose of the Coastal Conservation Association North Carolina is to advise and educate the public on conservation of marine resources. The objective of CCA is to conserve, promote and enhance the present and future availability of these coastal resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the general public.
Contact CCA NC at www.ccanc.org.









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Fishing Report from Al at NC Pier Fishing Society


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Hello from Surf City! Here is a fishing report from Al at www.NorthCarolinaFishingPierSociety.com

This is a limited edition as I am having trouble finding internet
access and the time to do it and I am limiting my reports for the
coast to Northern Hatteras Island, please someone else fill in the
rest of the coast.

Fishing was slow earlier in the week, but got good yesterday, blues to
a pound were being hooked up on on every cast at some point at
Rodanthe. Flounder bite was good too, a few keepers, scattered spanish
and pompano. Spadefish were plenty and spot runs came and went.

Surf fishing Ocracoke this morning. see you all later.

Thanks Al, hope the fishing is good at Ocracoke!

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July 25, 2007

Kings Everywhere!


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Hello from Surf City! Sorry I haven't posted in a while. Killer migraine. I am told the kings are biting on all piers. Lots of them some reports say 10 or 11 per day on each pier. A few spanish are also being caught in the morning. I had family down for a few days, and they caught some nice spots and mullets. One whiting caught by our son Scott, weighed in at just over two pounds. I have been tied up taking care of Donna's mom, who is recovering from a mild stroke. She is doing better, but still really weak. I'll get back to my regular report as soon as I can. Thanks for your patience and loyalty.

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July 18, 2007

UPDATE: ORV USE OUTER BANKS


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Hello from Surf City! Update of last post concerning ORV use on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

From: Cyndy_Holda@nps.gov

To Elected Officials, Negotiated Rulemaking
Participants, and Media
Contacts:

Late yesterday the park received the following court
order from U.S.
District Court Judge Terrence W. Boyle. NPS will
consult with DOI and DOJ
attorneys today to determine how to respond. We will
share additional
information when it is available.


(See attached file: Vasile Matei order.pdf)

Mike Murray
Superintendent
Cape Hatteras NS/ Wright Brothers NMem/ Ft. Raleigh
NHS
(w) 252-473-2111, ext. 148
(c) 252-216-5520
fax 252-473-2595

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE
This message is intended exclusively for the
individual or entity to which
it is addressed. This communication may contain
information that is
proprietary, privileged or confidential or otherwise
legally exempt from
disclosure.



ATTACHMENT:

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
NORTHERN DIVISION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, )
)
v. )
)
VASILE MATEI, )
)
Defendant. )
O R D E R
This case was tried before the undersigned as a criminal trial on July 16,2007, at the
regular criminal term of United States District Court at Elizabeth city; North Carolina. The
Defendant, a resident of Virginia, was charged with operating a vehicle without due care on the
Cape Hatteras National Seashore ("CAHA").
The alleged violation occurred on the afternoon of May 27,2007, a Sunday, and the midholiday
day of the Memorial Day weekend. Testimony at trial included that of a United States
Park Ranger, on duty at the time and location of the violation. The testimony established that
there was traffic on a narrow strip of sand extending from the ramp in the vicinity of the Oregon
Inlet Fishing Center, south and east along the oceanfront beach in the direction of Oregon Inlet,
which is an open body of water connecting the Atlantic Ocean with the Albemarle, Parnlico,
Croatan, and Currituck Sounds, through a tidal inlet. The area, consisting of sand dune and tidal
beach, is characterized by a narrow passage along the beach south of the entry ramp and an
expanding area of accreted sand. Since the construction of the high rise bridge on Highway 12
across Oregon Inlet linking the south end of Bodie Island with the north end of Pea Island, the
Case 2:07-mj-01075-BO Document 2 Filed 07/17/2007 Page 1 of 4
areas had developed irregularly. All of the land on the south side of Bodie Island is within the
National Seashore.
This particular area is characterized as a fragile transitional over-wash area, which has
historically been a valuable and declining resource for endangered shorebirds and turtles. In
recent seasons, there have been extensive bird enclosure areas located throughout this area, and
turtle nesting has traditionally taken place in this area. See generally, NATIONAPLA RKS ERVICE,
PIPINGP LOVER(C HARADRIUMSE LODUSM) ONITORINAGT CAPEH ATTERANSA TIONAL
SEASHOR2E0,0 6 ANNUALR EPORT( 2006), available at: http://www.nps.gov/cahdnaturescience/
upload/2006%20PIPL%20Fina1%2OReport-2.pdf [hereinafter PIPINGP LOVERA NNUALR EPORT];
NATIONAPLA RKS ERVICEC,A PEH ATTERANSA TIONASLE ASHOR2E0 06 SEAT URTLEA NNUAL
REPORT (2006), available at: http://www.nps.gov/caha~naturescience/upload/
2006%20Sea%20Turtle%20Fina1%20Report.pdf [hereinafter SEAT URTLEA NNUALR EPORT].
The testimony at trial established that United States Department of Interior pilots with the
Park Service made an overflight on May 27 and counted approximately 1,200 vehicles located in
the over-wash area. Because camping overnight is prohibited, all of the traffic was in transit at
some point on the date of the violation. The Court takes judicial notice that at a minimum one
occupant per vehicle was at the scene. Further, it is reasonably expected that there were two or
more persons per vehicle in such a recreational setting, making between 2,500 and 5,000 people
a reasonable estimate of the number of people crowded onto this narrow, fragile, environmentally
sensitive area on the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend.
On the date and time of the violation, Defendant attempted to drive a large four-wheel
drive vehicle off the beach and into an area adjacent to the dunes, ultimately intending to exit on
Case 2:07-mj-01075-BO Document 2 Filed 07/17/2007 Page 2 of 4
the ramp. Because of the high volume of traffic resulting in degradation of the beach, there were
deep ruts in the sand, some being feet in depth. Operating a vehicle in these conditions, only feet
from with sun bathers, families and children on the beach creates a serious hazard for injury or
death. The evidence at trial demonstrated that Defendant drove at a speed dangerous for
conditions, traveling in an erratic and serpentine manner through the ruts in the sand causing
spray of sand and danger to people on the beach. Defendant was cited for this behavior failing to
drive with due care. After a hearing the evidence, the Court found beyond a reasonable doubt
that the violation had been established.
By executive order, President Nixon required that the Department of the Interior publish
regulations defining specific trails and areas for the use of off-road vehicles "(ORV"). Exec.
Order No. 11,644,37 C.F.R. 5 2877 (1972), as amended by Exec. Order No. 11,898,42 Fed.
Reg. 26,959 (May 24,2977). The regulations to designate which areas are open to ORV traffic
must promote safety for all users, minimize damage to public lands and wildlife, and take into
consideration endangered or threatened species. 43 C.F.R 5 8342.1, The designation process
must include public participation, and include local landowners and other interested parties. Id. 5
8342.2. Once a plan is approved, areas and trails must be clearly identified so that the public will
be aware of the applicable limitations. Id Operating a motor vehicle is prohibited except where
the Park Service has specifically designated that ORV use is permitted, in accordance with the
aforementioned regulations. 30 C.F.R. 4 4.10; 1 8 U.S.C. 5 357 1. Thus, where the Park Service
fails to create a plan for ORV use, ORV is prohibited.
CAHA does not have regulations in place to govern ORV traffic. Consequently, it is also
a violation to operate a motor vehicle on Cape Hatteras National Seashore without prior authority
Case 2:07-mj-01075-BO Document 2 Filed 07/17/2007 Page 3 of 4
and is punishable by up to $5,000.00, six months in prison, or both. 18 U.S.C. § 3571. By
permitting unregulated ORV traffic on CAHA, Defendant and others come dangerously close to
accidents with pedestrians including children. Indeed, ORV traffic directly impacts attempts to
protect endangered species from human encroachment. From April 1 to August 3 1, 2006, the
Park Service recorded 47 ORV violations of barricaded closures for bird nesting areas. PIPING
PLOVERA NNUARLE PORT9 . AS the home to five species of sea turtles, two of which are
threatened and three of which are endangered, 23 ORV violations of sea turtle closed areas were
recorded in the 2006 season. SEAT URTLEA NNUARLE PORT1 1 -12 . Although the impact of ORV
traffic on endangered species and risk to pedestrians is yet unmeasured, without an ORV plan in
place, the Park Service is without the manpower to enforce many of the rules in place on heavily
trafficked days like that of the date of violation. Accordingly, it is a violation to operate an ORV
on CAHA without authority from the Department of the Interior or its designee, and Defendant
must pay $1 00 fine and special assessment.
SO ORDERED, this 1 7 day of July, 2007.
&RRENCE W. BOYLE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
Case 2:07-mj-01075-BO Document 2 Filed 07/17/2007 Page 4 of 4







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ORV Use on Outer Banks


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Hello from Surf City! I am forwarding a message I received from the National Park Service conserning ORV usage on the Outer Banks.

National Park Service News Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DATE July 18, 2007
CONTACT: 252-473-2111 ext. 148

NPS ANNOUNCES UPDATE ON BEACH ACCESS

Superintendent Mike Murray stated today that the
National Park Service
(NPS) is currently evaluating and considering how to
respond to the recent
Court Order that was issued by U.S. District Court
Judge Terrance W. Boyle
on Tuesday, July 17, 2007. The order indicates that
NPS is not in
compliance with legal requirements to authorize and
manage off-road vehicle
(ORV) use at the Seashore. For the time being the
Seashore continues to
operate under an Interim Strategy and beaches remain
open to off-road
vehicles (ORVs) for the immediate future, with the
exception of beaches
that are closed due to resource protection areas,
annual seasonal village
closures and safety closures.

As background, ORV use on Outer Banks beaches predates
the 1937
authorization of the Seashore. Prior to paving NC
Highway 12 in 1954,
island residents and visitors routinely used the
beaches and interdunal
areas as a transportation route. The completion of
the Bonner Bridge
across Oregon Inlet in 1963 made access to Hatteras
Island much easier
which resulted in increased vehicle use of beaches for
recreational
purposes and use has continued to increase. ORV are
currently used to
access the beaches for many forms of recreational
activities including
swimming, sunbathing, surf fishing, bird watching,
surfing, shell hunting
and scenic driving.

Executive Order 11644 (1972), amended by Executive
Order 11989 (1977),
required certain federal agencies permitting ORV use
on agency lands to
publish regulations designating specific trails and
areas for this use.
Title 36 of the Code of Federal Regulations Section
4.10 requires units of
the National Park System allowing ORV use to designate
use areas and routes
by special regulation. Despite previous efforts since
the late 1970s, the
National Park Service (NPS) has yet to develop an ORV
management plan or
regulation that would provide the necessary management
and regulatory
framework to manage ORV use at the Seashore.

To address these issues, Seashore staff has been
working on a three-pronged
approach. First, in January 2006, NPS issued an
Interim Protected Species
Management Strategy (Interim Strategy) to guide
protected species
management practices within the park for approximately
3 years until a
long-term ORV management plan and regulation can be
developed. A final
decision document and Finding of No Significant Impact
(FONSI) for the
Interim Strategy was approved on July 13, 2007 by
Regional Director
Patricia Hooks. Second, on December 11, 2006, NPS
announced in the Federal
Register the intent to develop an ORV management plan
and environmental
impact statement, and has since completed the initial
public scoping in
March 2007 for that planning process. Finally, on
June 28, 2007 NPS
published in the Federal Register a Notice of Intent
to establish a
negotiated rulemaking committee to assist the NPS with
development of the
required ORV regulation. The public comment period
for this Notice of
Intent ends on July 30, 2007.

In addition to the procedures and restrictions
identified within the
Interim Strategy, other federal regulations apply to
ORV and beach use.
These include, but are not limited to, prohibitions on
unsafe operation of
a motor vehicle, reckless driving, carrying open
containers of alcoholic
beverages in a motor vehicle, and driving under the
influence of alcohol or
drugs; requirements to comply with posted speed
limits, use seatbelts, stay
within posted ORV corridors, and stay out of posted
closures; and
prohibitions on disorderly conduct, pets off leash,
illegal camping,
illegal beach fires, and littering.

More information about these planning processes can be
obtained at the Cape
Hatteras National Seashore Off-Road Vehicle Negotiated
Rulemaking and
Management Plan project website at
http://parkplanning.nps.gov/caha. If
you wish to receive electronic information regarding
the Off-Road Vehicle
issue, please contact the park at or call 252-473-2111
ext. 148 or send an
email to cyndy_holda@nps.gov and request to be added
to the mailing list.

--NPS--





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July 16, 2007


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Hello from Surf City! I talked to a fishing friend, Ann, today and she caught some sea mullets last night at Surf City Pier. She also landed a big, (almost two pound) mullet and a speckled trout that weighed in at over a pound. Good job Ann! I am still hearing of a few drum and specks near the inlets, and small flounder, sea mullets, and undersize flounder coming from the surf and piers.

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July 13, 2007

Tarpon!


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Hello from Surf City!
Big Tim at Surf City Pier has landed a monster 60 lb tarpon while fishing for king mackerel. Congrats Tim, Good Job! A king was lost when it wrapped up around a pier piling. A few spanish were caught yesterday, along with one four pounder caught on a grub and jig! Bottom fishing continues to be slow, with anglers landing a few of everything including spots, blues, mullets, and croakers. It was rumored that one nice speckled trout was caught from Surf City Pier Thursday, but I haven't been able to confirm. Rain canceled most surf fishing this afternoon as several small storms blew in with lots of thunder and lightning. Surf fishing remains slow, with a few spots, small mullets, croakers and undersize flounder. Larger keeper flounder, slot puppy drum, and speckled trout have been caught near the inlets, but not in numbers. Inshore is a little better, with puppy drum being caught under the piers and docks during low tide fishing grubs and spinners, and along grass lines during high tide on top water lures.

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Rod-Man Report


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Hello from Surf City!
Hi Folks,
Busy is not the word and I am sorry I have been less than punctual with my reports. As always, I will try to do better. This has been a very unusual year thus far. From the lack of flounder inside to the abundance of king macks in close, things have just been different. Nevertheless, I am happy to report that fishing is very good and there are definitely some hot spots. Now here's my report:

Inshore: The hot fish right now is the redfish. We are catching nice reds in the 20 to 27+ inch range up the creeks and in the waterway. Best bait has been menhaden, dead or alive...it doe not matter. I use 20# Fireline by Berkley and a 50-80# leader and 1.5 to 2 oz. egg sinker with a 2/0 wide bend hook fished carolina rig style. I use Okuma VS 45 reels for these fish and the smooth drag and toughness of these reels really help with landing these brutes. A few flounder are being caught; some are small and some are nice size. They are just flat unpredictable as to where and when they will bite. Finally, some big bluefish are being caught in the waterway and creeks, blues up to 6 and 7 pounds...I told you it was an unusual season.

Near shore: The spanish bite is pretty good right now and some of the fish are very nice size...3-5 pounds. Best methods are trolling with planers and using clarkspoons and when it is calmer use a bird rig on top. Some tarpon have shown, but large live baits have become scarce which makes this fishing a challenge. The shrimp boats are not running yet so the shark fishing is not happening for the time being.

Offshore: From 4 to 10 miles, king mackerel fishing is hot hot hot. Live bait, cigar minnows, ballyhoo...it doesn't seem to matter. Mahi and sails are also close in and do not be surprised if you get one or both of these popular fishes while king mack fishing.

Gulfstream: The heat of the summer seems to cool off the gulfstream fishing a bit. Fish very early in the morning for mahi (large size) and fish deep for wahoo. Billfish are active as well.

I am in the process of finalizing plans for the 2oo8 version of the Rod-Man Fishing Schools to be held in Raleigh and Wilmington. Look for a new all-star cast of speakers and new and expanded topics. More details will be available soon.

Enjoy the fishing, be safe and courteous on the water, and....

Let's Go Fishing!!!
Capt. Rick Bennett
Rod-Man Charters
910-799-6120




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