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Old 12-01-2016, 11:51 AM
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https://www.facebook.com/jamie.moore...0138170749497/
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Old 12-01-2016, 12:09 PM
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Some people need to main line Xanax,

I did love "we're allowed to be here as long as we're not tied off... just untie us so we can get the #$%% out of here".
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Old 12-01-2016, 12:14 PM
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It could have been handled differently. He could have easily fished fro the outside of the slip.
She had no clue and thought she was in the right and there would have been no changing her mind. He was tied off .lol
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Old 12-01-2016, 12:35 PM
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I thought any waters "Navigable" by water was legal....

One of the casinos tried to run us off from speck fishing under their lights and they called DMR.....DMR said we were legal (not tied off either)
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bump, I want to know the law here?
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Old 12-01-2016, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by bluffman2 View Post
bump, I want to know the law here?
If you cruise through the facebook posts you will find an article from Florida sportsman that has the laws in it.
Basically, if you are in state waters you are free to travel anywhere you want but not tie off to private property.
I believe that video was taken in an intercoastal waterway so they would be perfectly legal except they tied off.

There are also laws about harassing fisherman and hunters.

It was a good read.
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I thought i had it right, if u could navigate it it was ok......I agree not being able to tie off....
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Guys like that, only talk to women like that.
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His reaction when the fish got off was priceless
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Mississippi does convey certain riparian rights to waterfront property owners. It is via those rights that property owners can legally construct docks. I don't know how the specifics work out, but I would assume that control over access to the surface waters beneath a boat house conveys. Just as a a marina operator would be able to control access to the waters over the boat slips.
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Old 12-01-2016, 04:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Paul Barnard View Post
Mississippi does convey certain riparian rights to waterfront property owners. It is via those rights that property owners can legally construct docks. I don't know how the specifics work out, but I would assume that control over access to the surface waters beneath a boat house conveys. Just as a a marina operator would be able to control access to the waters over the boat slips.
Paul thanks for the reply, as you are a retired USCG I am glad you chimed in..... The owner (to my understanding) owns the structure and the ground beneath it (out so many feet from the tide line) am I wrong to say or think they do not own the water.
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regardless of who owns it there's no reason the guys needed to be underneath her dock like that. I think they were just looking for a reason to be assholes to people. The fact that there is no reason they have to have their boat there would lead me to believe they were up to no good. The woman was much more rational than the idiot men so I would take her side even if she was wrong.
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Originally Posted by Lookinup76 View Post
regardless of who owns it there's no reason the guys needed to be underneath her dock like that. I think they were just looking for a reason to be assholes to people. The fact that there is no reason they have to have their boat there would lead me to believe they were up to no good. The woman was much more rational than the idiot men so I would take her side even if she was wrong.
I totally agree, I was just wanting to know the law..
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Fish my dock all you want but parking in my slip like that is a little much. Classy guy for sure. I'm betting he's one of those guys that talks about how people better show him respect while he sips his Budweiser without taking the cigarette out of his mouth.
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Fish my dock all you want but parking in my slip like that is a little much. Classy guy for sure. I'm betting he's one of those guys that talks about how people better show him respect while he sips his Budweiser without taking the cigarette out of his mouth.
and I agree with you as well
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Paul thanks for the reply, as you are a retired USCG I am glad you chimed in..... The owner (to my understanding) owns the structure and the ground beneath it (out so many feet from the tide line) am I wrong to say or think they do not own the water.
They do not own the water, but they do have certain legal rights to it which may include controlling access.
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I am a Florida landowner with riparian rights. My property is on a creek or small river that is navigable by most types of fishing boats, but not necessarily by commercial vessels of most types. The state owns the waters AND the land underneath the waters. It states so on my deed (I own on both sides of the creek.) Fisherman can anchor and fish around and under my floating dock. At some point in time, markers were set that mark the "usual or normal high water" that is the limit of my owned property. My understanding is that the "usual or normal high water" mark does exclude "unusual temporary flooding events". Based on watching the water fluctuation over the past 14 years, I think the markers are well placed. I enjoy seeing fisherman around my dock. I always ask about what they are fishing for, what technique or bait they are using, and whether or not they are having any success. It makes me be a better fisherman.
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hes a class act, think he bags my groceries
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hes a class act, think he bags my groceries
He is probably from NJ
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He is probably from NJ
too many teeth missing
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