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Many online commenters were impressed with the size of the giant apex predator while others were saddened it was killed, with one calling it “selfish stupidity.” Lawrence Chlebeck, a shark expert for the Humane Society International, is critical of those killing large sharks for sport with Australian scientists noting a 74 percent decrease in tiger sharks over the last 50 years. “We need to recognize these magnificent species for what they are and do everything we can to make sure that they don’t fall further into decline,” Chlebeck told Yahoo! News Australia. Also on FTW Outdoors: Official ‘gobsmacked’ over huge brown trout caught ice fishing My favorite firefighter calls me mom face mask
New South Wales Game Fishing Association president Garry Chenoweth countered the argument, however. “Our guys are not out there just to murder everything that’s in the water,” he told Yahoo! News Australia. “Those guys [in the photo] have taken just one fish. “[Sport fishermen] don’t even rate on the 1 percent scale in terms of the impact on oceanic species…It’s really easy to defend [game fishing], but people don’t want to see the actual statistics. [People] just see a picture [of a shark being caught online] and want to lynch everybody up.” The Daily Mail Australia stated that the fishermen fought the huge tiger shark for 45 minutes. It was unclear how they managed to get it into the boat.
The Leader reported that another large shark was caught and shown in an image (below) on the Port Hacking Game Fishing Club’s Facebook page, but that the page was not available, that the link might be broken or the page removed.
Comptroller Peter Franchot (D) this week announced that his agency is granting a limited, temporary waiver of estimated tax interest for farmers and fishermen who are impacted by provisions of the Recovery for the Economy, Livelihoods, Industries, Entrepreneurs, and Families (RELIEF) Act. Estimated income tax filings that typically would have been due on March 1, 2021, will not have to be submitted until the Comptroller’s Office publishes revised tax forms. The RELIEF Act, which was signed into law on Feb. 15, created a new income tax addition modification and two new income tax subtraction modifications. Farmers and fishermen affected by these provisions will be allowed to file their individual income tax returns within 30 days of the publication of the revised tax forms without penalty. Any estimated tax interest that would otherwise apply during that time period will automatically be waived. My favorite firefighter calls me mom face mask
No action is required to request the waiver; it will be automatically granted for farmers and fisherman who file and pay their personal income tax within 30 days of the release of the revised forms. The Comptroller’s Office will alert taxpayers when the revised forms are ready. Additional information on tax forms and other RELIEF Act updates can be found at MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A group of men was caught on camera yelling racial slurs and other vulgarity at a group of fishermen near Stuart. Shannon Bustamante said last Thursday he was out on the water with some friends who are commercial fishermen. Bustamante has a fishing YouTube channel and was getting some footage with them. One of the shipmates was African American, who asked not to be named.
As seen in the video, a boat called “Amanda V” came bounding toward them, accusing them of coming too close to them. “Here comes this guy who just wanted a bone to pick with us, anyways,” Bustamante said. “He pulls up, and you just see his true colors come out.” What came next was a slew of insults and vulgar racial slurs. “It’s horrible,” Bustamante said. “Saying those things, making threats, circling around the boat, it’s just unacceptable.”
Based on the video it is difficult to tell who said what, or if all three men were using bad language. From that boat, you can hear one say “I am going to break your (expletive) legs.” You can also hear from that boat: “Shut your (expletive) (racial slur) mouth.” “They were waiting for the reason to come up and try to bully them,” Bustamante said. “So that’s when they came up saying ‘hey you sped by me.’ But nothing warrants someone coming up to you and saying what they said in the video.” Bustamante said they also yelled things like “You have no right to be here. Take that boy back to town.” The video has circulated and, as of Monday night, has more than 10 thousand views on YouTube. Bustamonte said the fishing community is like a family, and his goal in sharing this video was to show that this won’t be tolerated out on the water, or anywhere. CBS 4 heard back from one of the people on the Amanda V boat. He claims he was not the one who used the bad language. He declined our request for an interview.
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