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Well, thanks very much for that - I really have learnt something. It all seems sensible and conservation-orientated, so that's good.
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I'm recalling ERPS on here is one of the cops per say that can bust you on the water. I'm recalling a comment from him in the past, or an equal who posted, if you are in open water do not try to go closer. If they come to you and you try to move, then shut down as one pops up next to you, or if you com around a bend and a pod is there, you shut down as they go by in the opposite direction..... no biggie. as long as you are "trying" to obide by the rules. Now if you drive thru the middle at some speed yadda yadda.....expect the wallet to be lightened!

but do your best to follow the rules bu the BC/Wa st folks, you should be fine.

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