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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 01:35 pm
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Slymslak
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^^..PLEASE,PLEASE,PLEASE

 can someone working for or with sea fisheries please tell me why the permit buying anglers cannot get a barcoded plastic card instead of a piece of paper that you can use to wipe your nose with after the first 6 months.The library even gives you a flippen card ,but the hundreds and thousands of anglers paying R70 every year cannot fund a card system that would make life easyer for the anglers and authorities  -i am sure that this has been asked before but sh*t can someone do something about it.Just think if they can take your card swipe it trough a machine and up comes your face with details instead of trying to make out if the permit is still legal after the ink has been washed off or torn apart

I need some support on this matter guys,veral die ouens wat vir hulle werk help ons asseblief !!!^^..  

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 01:57 pm
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Kosi Fisher
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Even better than a card would be an aluminium tag, like the old bicycle licences, that we could cable tie to our tackle bags. The tags are more durable than a paper or plastic card.

There could either be difficult colours depending on which option you went for (bait only, fishing only, bait and fishing, etc), which might be difficult, or there could be multiple different colour tags, each one representing a different option.

I wouldn't mind having 2 or 3 tags on my bag, a blue one for fishing, a red one for bait....etc...

Alternatively, the option to add your fishing licence to your Wild Card should be available, but that means that MCM have to have devices that can read the plastic cards. I think this is the main reason why we don't have cards already.

Last edited on Thu Aug 27th, 2009 02:00 pm by Kosi Fisher

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 02:03 pm
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these u get in london to fish in all rivers and canals in the london midlands area permit £27 for the year and waterproof

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 02:05 pm
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Slymslak
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I thought the card would work well because they need to put a face to the details,seeing that you get all sorts off new scanning machines with screens that can show your face,same as what the traffic department uses?I think

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 02:40 pm
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Slymslak wrote: I thought the card would work well because they need to put a face to the details,seeing that you get all sorts off new scanning machines with screens that can show your face,same as what the traffic department uses?I think
Ek stem 100% saam met hierdie voorstel, was die naweek my Msikaba, te diep gewade na die eiland toe, hele vissak onder water. Nou ja klein gaatjie in die sakkie waarin my lesensie is, fo?=op sonder om meer te sê, Hoe gaan ons te werk om hierdie idee by die regte mense uit te kry, wie is die kontak by die regering?

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 02:56 pm
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good idea! and even keep the same card year in and year out, just renew your payment once a year...

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 03:05 pm
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This is what we need to focus on, Who is the the big boys we need to get the message to,can some of our club anglers help by any chance-you guys sit with the sateam anglers in your mits,can they maybe get the mesage through to someone that can light the fire!please guys lets see how we can tackle this problem...

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 04:10 pm
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Maybe obsession can help or guide with this?

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 04:51 pm
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SLYMSLAK MY BROE, HET AL DAAROOR GEPRAAT. SAL BIEKIE MOET KYK WAT A MENS KAN DOEN. BRILLIANT IDEE. MANA VIR JOU

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 04:52 pm
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GOIE IDEE h.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 07:26 pm
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Dit is 'n goie idee, ek laminate my paiere en Id dan sukkel ek nie met die water nie.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 07:43 pm
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want dis te moeilik vir die goverment as die klomp nie eens die poskantoor met genoeg permitte kan supply nie hoe moet hulle dan n ding supply wat kaarte druk en dan die logistieke van die goed vir die mense stuur ens ,,, eish hy is hom too much die problems

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 07:47 pm
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does anyone else agree to this, think what they should do is give the fishing licence the same as a car disk u put on the windscreen so all u do is laminate the cut out disk intead of carry'ing a peice of paper with u this will have your name , bar code and date of issue and expiration and maybe a picture of the person aswell. maybe all members of sealine should start a petition and hand it into the department of nature conservation and they can forward it to the right people.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 08:04 pm
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Goeie idee

Bel die Shake broers hulle sal die idee aan die regering verkoop sodat hulle die kontrak kan kry om die kaarte te druk. So wen ons en hulle. Behalwe dat ons dan dubbel vir die lisensie gaan betaal.

Vetvis :fbash

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 08:19 pm
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Hi guys

It came to my attention that since april this year the city manager has appointed a team to assist the public according "to the act to information"They basically look at all requests and suggestions. There is a website that requires you to pay a fee of R35 and they will basically process your request.

website: cityofcapetown.gov.za. Will look into this a little further an will let you know how it goes.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 09:02 pm
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Eish!! Too much wek vor Gavvamunt!! They take 3-4 months for a drivers licence , how long do you think this will take??? Very good idea ,though!!

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 09:44 pm
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is it not worth the effort to get this done for a sport we all love and the price goes to the parks department (we hope)

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 09:48 pm
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Awesome ideas guys !!!
Damn a card wud be great !!!

That piece of paper is a pain in the Butt !!!
my 2cs

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 Posted: Thu Aug 27th, 2009 09:52 pm
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Great idee of soos n bank kart dan kan mens net elke jaar geld op hom deponeer en wat hul kan aftrek en as hulle hom swipe kry jy 'n strokie met jou inligting op?:beer

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 Posted: Fri Aug 28th, 2009 08:01 am
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Reefman and Emperor can you guys help with setting up a voting pole so we can see what the guys prefir to use, plastic barcoded cards,aluminium tags or still the old piece of toilet paper that they print our details on.if you have time please guys

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