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    Default Don't eat Lambi til November

    El Gobierno establece veda para la pesca de lambí en toda la costa - Periódico Digital Dominicano - 7días.com.do

    it is conch breeding season and there is now a ban on eating them so that they will not become depleted.

    (I think it is the same for lobster? anyone know?)

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    Not for eating, for fishing. You won't break any law EATING it, fishing it yes.

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    well if you eat it ,, someone fished it right? so if we continue to eat it, they will continue to fish it..

    the only way to preserve it is to respect the law.

    but you are right about the way I worded it !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainannie View Post
    well if you eat it ,, someone fished it right? so if we continue to eat it, they will continue to fish it..

    the only way to preserve it is to respect the law.

    but you are right about the way I worded it !!!
    What you mean, respect the law? You are hilarious! So if someone sells you conch, you pay for it, you cannot cook your own conch and eat it? lol
    Where is the CULPABILITY here?
    My question though how they gonna implement that law? Very funny stuffs
    Last edited by jkc; 07-03-2013 at 11:31 AM.

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    I really love lambi, so I always order it and did not know that it had a breeding season when it needed to replenish. So now, at least, I know. I posted in case there are other lambi fans who wanted to help them live long and prosper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainannie View Post
    I really love lambi, so I always order it and did not know that it had a breeding season when it needed to replenish. So now, at least, I know. I posted in case there are other lambi fans who wanted to help them live long and prosper.
    How about the vendors on BC or Sosua? Will they be able to sell?

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    There is a "LAW" on the books here about EVERY THING!!!!
    Very few are enforced, or, selectively enforced, or NEVER enforced!
    "Same Ol', Same Ol'"
    That is the major reason no one has any Respect for the laws, or those who's job it is to enforce them.
    I love it that way!!!!!!!!
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    The DR Government passes many "GREEN LAWS", and "Eco Friendly" laws, & decrees, but they are never going to be enforced.
    They just point to them at International Conferences to show what great "Citizens of the World" they are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainannie View Post
    well if you eat it ,, someone fished it right? so if we continue to eat it, they will continue to fish it..
    the only way to preserve it is to respect the law.
    It may still be imported .... so if you eat it, there is no way of knowing if it was fished in the DR or imported.
    Btw I am no big fan of seafood besides an occasional mero or salmon here and there so it really doesn't matter to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkc View Post
    So if someone sells you conch, you pay for it, you cannot cook your own conch and eat it?
    i don't know about others but i cannot eat my own conch. never been able to reach it. but there is no reason not to eat the conch you paid for. not that paid conch is something i'd nom on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8 View Post
    i don't know about others but i cannot eat my own conch. never been able to reach it. but there is no reason not to eat the conch you paid for. not that paid conch is something i'd nom on.
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    But you would on 'freely shared' conch

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