If one were to try to make money doing it, what would be the best way playing ball with the regs ? small boat single man crew ? keep the expenses down ? or just say F it and find another wayThe fishing is the same. It is the regulations that make it so you can't earn a living.
If one were to try to make money doing it, what would be the best way playing ball with the regs ? small boat single man crew ? keep the expenses down ? or just say F it and find another way
If you can't do it by following the regs then don't do it at all. keep your expences low.
So does this mean that the succesful commercial fishermen out there that have been making a living at this for some time and are still trying to make a living with all the new regulations are following all the regulations that are present.
Just trying to get some input on the last posting not trying to be a wise guy. I just don't think the commercial fishing business has got bad enough to tell some newbie who wants to get started in some commercial fishery to move on. Besides ther really isn't a hell alot of work out there right now on land.
I was not trying to insinuate that you were trying to be a wise guy in any way. Just trying to tell it like it is.....aint a whole lot O' work on the water either.
Like I said...."I own a turnkey commercial fishing business in Fl. (boat/hard earned permits) and I am willing to entertain any and all offers!!!"