Luvtohunt&fish "Besides there won't be fish left to catch soon if these charters don't get some kind of regulation on either how many times they can go out or impose some kind of limits. Have a good day I'm done with my 2 cents."
That makes no sense what so ever. Charter boats are held to only being able to catch limits for the people with lisc on the boats. Each customer that buy a lisc has the same amount contributed to the fishery for stocking, research, ect. The customer that buys a lisc and goes fishing once a year and only catches 5 fish does more to contribute than the person that buys a lisc and goes 10 times catching a fish each time. Charter boats are under a lot of strict regulations including turning monthly trip logs into the DNR. They watch those numbers and use that to help determine the amount of fish that are out there. A lot of boats are contributing the heads of stocked fish this year including where they are caught to help the DNR figure out how to get the most bang for their buck for everyone on stocking.. Also piers are built for navigation so everyone including boats, shore fishermen have a right to use them. I personally don't fish the piers from boat or pier so I don't have a direct opinion on it. However do a little research about what you're talking about. I hope this helps to clear up your misunderstanding.