Good luck guys....let them know that we're not happy about the possible "loss of integrity" that the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife will suffer if they bow down to the environmental trust(s), (particularly the PEW trust), that the federal government is accomodating. I will be in Florida test driving a Cape Horn 31 ft. offshore boat that I intend to buy, or else I would be at the meeting in Port A on Wednesday night. If I spend this much money on a boat and lose the ability to fish at my own will...with restrictions, limits, and other containment scenarios under the forced direction of environmentalists and the commercial industries that are not proportionally limited, then I will more than likely lose my pride of being a Texan. One would think that President Bush and Governor Rick Perry understand this pride and love of fishing. Both President Bush and Governor Perry need to think hard about losing one of our separable distinctions of being true Texans....the love and freedom of fishing! I hope that we are successful in our push to separate commercial red snapper fishing from recreational red snapper fishing and protect our rights to catch fish and enjoy the hard earned money that we have put into our favorite pastime. I also hope that our children/grandchidren may have the same opportunity to enjoy fishing as we have. The cost of fuel required to participate in offshore fishing is enough to kill the pastime without our government's help. If Teddy Roosevelt were still alive......he would be fighting right alongside us....and would probably join us on a fishing trip.