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Thursday, 12 Nov 2015 7 pm to 8 pm.

VSSA is hosting a meeting open to the public. The first 30 minutes will be a presentation on the status of VSSA followed by a question and answer period. The meeting will be via teleconference on Thursday, 12 Nov 2015 from 7pm to 8 pm.

Dial 712-775-7031 with Meeting ID: 268-591-500. There is no added charge for this call other than normal long distance rates.

During the presentation period all callers will be muted so everyone can hear the presentation. We will try our best to answer questions during the open period but if too many try to talk at once it may gettoo distracting and will have to answer questions privately with a follow up phone call or email. Any unprofessional, rude callers will have their line dropped from the call. We are very interested in hearing opinions on what we are up to, particularly your thoughts on what we should be do regarding fishery management. We are also seeking volunteers to help out in various capacities for VSSA.

The presentation can be downloaded at this link. We have found that having virtual meetings are better as our members are scattered throughout the state and many just don't have the time to drive long distances to participate.

We have a new forum for discussing VSSA activities and are establishing a sub forum for each of our fish species in our draft fishery action plan. We will try to consolidate all discussions regarding fishery management for each species so you will have one central location to find outwhat is going on with each species. Right now you have to go to so many different agencies to find out what is happening. Please log on and create a new account. We ask that you sign on with your real name so when we represent you at government meetings, we can do so with more legitimacy vs than just a screen name. This forum is private and can only be viewed by registered members so your comments are not out there in the open public like other forums. Please visit http://www.tidewaterfishing.net

If you have not already done so, please consider becoming a VSSA member for $25 per year. The more members we have the more we can accomplish. You can sign on directly from our website. http://www.ifishva.org

Please forward this email to anyone who might be interested inVSSA.

Thank you and see you Thursday.

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Hello Mike
Any insight on the bigger knothead bite out in our deeper wreaks, or is the water temp just not cold enough offshore yet to make the long run to target the bigger seabass yet. I've been reading that they are getting a good consistent bite of bigger seabass in the offshore waters to the north (Jersey/Delaware)
 

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Hello Mike
Any insight on the bigger knothead bite out in our deeper wreaks, or is the water temp just not cold enough offshore yet to make the long run to target the bigger seabass yet. I've been reading that they are getting a good consistent bite of bigger seabass in the offshore waters to the north (Jersey/Delaware)
I think the BSB bite is getting better but not near as good as NJ or DE. Triangles bite is decent but still a lot of throwbacks. The wrecks east of the triangles are better with bigger BSB. Right when our fishing is good, they close us down again. We hope the latest assessments will give us more winter access.
 

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I think the BSB bite is getting better but not near as good as NJ or DE. Triangles bite is decent but still a lot of throwbacks. The wrecks east of the triangles are better with bigger BSB. Right when our fishing is good, they close us down again. We hope the latest assessments will give us more winter access.
Thanks for the response Mike. You say close us down again......thought the seabass season ran til end of Dec?
 
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