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Thread: Cleaning Stations

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    Cleaning Stations

    Headed back down in July. One question..last year I fished the pass quite a bit. Are there any public cleaning stations in the area to use? Is using my tailgate and bagging remains to place in the waste cans allowed? Any tips? The condo we stayed at does not have a cleaning station.
    Thanks...happy fishing!

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    The newly redone seawall area has "bait-cutting" stations along the seawall. It should be big enough to clean fish. Just throw the scraps overboard.
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    This may sound like hair splitting BUT the law is fish heads, etc. are to be disposed of no less than 500' from shore....just sayin...not trying to stir the pot.

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    Can always pay the $2 vistor fee for the park and use their cleaning station, its just past the entrance on the campground side

 

 

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