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  • #31
    Originally posted by Jay View Post
    Clark reply 1.JPG I got this from John and asked for more clarification.
    Thanks Jay,
    I was wondering myself about it but figured it was on their site and that is why I posted it. I think they should put a posted note on their page showing the mistake.

    Ron
    http://www.bluedogfishing.com
    DMS #288

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    • #32
      Originally posted by bluedogfishing View Post

      Thanks Jay,
      I was wondering myself about it but figured it was on their site and that is why I posted it. I think they should put a posted note on their page showing the mistake.

      Ron
      Ron, I agree or get a new proofreader.

      I got my wife a FIN # thanks to a very nice lady at DNREC. The digital age is not making life any easier for this old man.
      Last edited by oldsnow; 01-13-2021, 12:35 PM.
      That's all she wrote.

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      • #33
        John Clark writes that the The FIN # exception for seniors is being corrected on the website that Ron posted. He is waiting on a reply from NOAA Fisheries about Headboat and Charter boat FIN #s. Do you have any other questions that you want me to ask?
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        • #34
          Originally posted by Jay View Post
          John Clark writes that the The FIN # exception for seniors is being corrected on the website that Ron posted. He is waiting on a reply from NOAA Fisheries about Headboat and Charter boat FIN #s. Do you have any other questions that you want me to ask?
          Where the heck are the weakfish lol

          Thanks Jay
          Team Black Bart

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          • #35
            The latest from John Clark,,,,,

            Clark, John (DNREC)
            11:20 AM (56 minutes ago)
            to me
            I checked up on this just to be sure, Jay, and the answer is yes, everyone on a boat that is covered by boat fishing license must have a FIN number unless they are FIN exempt, which is anyone under 16 years of age. I am still waiting for NOAA Fisheries to send me the regulation exempting anglers on charter and head boats from FIN requirements, but there is a good reason for the exemption. The reason those anglers fishing on a charter or head boat don’t need to have a FIN under federal rules is that the charter and head boats must file a vessel trip report (VTR) after every trip detailing their boat’s effort & catch and their VTR are factored into the MRIP estimates differently than the MRIP estimates from private anglers while the owner of a boat that has a boat fishing license does not have any reporting requirement, thus the anglers on a boat with a boat fishing license must have FIN numbers so the MRIP can account for them. I know it is confusing, so please let me know if I can further clarify.







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            • #36
              I have a request... Ron would you post a synopsis on the SF Facebook page. You seem to have a handle on this and we all need to Thank you for your due diligence.
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              • #37
                Tom....I sent you a PM....! Rod

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                • #38
                  Thanks both links opened

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                  • #39
                    Here is the link to get a fin number if you are license exempt, or if you have a fishing license for your boat and need to get the license for passengers that are fishing from your boat.

                    https://epermitting.dnrec.delaware.gov/get-a-fin
                    That's all she wrote.

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