Florida Open Carry Event, Saturday July 3rd

Florida Open Carry Event, Saturday July 3rd

This is a discussion on Florida Open Carry Event, Saturday July 3rd within the Open Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Who wants to go fishing in the Daytona area for the July 4th weekend? Causeway Park, Port Orange, Florida, on the Halifax River 7 boat ...

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    Florida Open Carry Event, Saturday July 3rd

    Who wants to go fishing in the Daytona area for the July 4th weekend?

    Causeway Park, Port Orange, Florida, on the Halifax River
    7 boat ramps -3 fishing piers - picnic tables and grills - covered pavilions - vehicle with boat trailer parking lot.

    You will need your saltwater fishing license to fish and you have to be fishing (or going to and from) to OC.

    Saltwater Shoreline License $9.00
    Annual Saltwater Fishing $17.00
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    While I would love to attend and open carry and hopefully catch fish sadly the way the laws are written about open carry here in Florida leave me with a huge hesitancy to try it. At least to me they seem unclear and open to too much interpretation. Keep me updated though I might just show up anyway!

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    I'm actually going to have this coordinated with the local PD and city attorney to make sure there are no issues.
    I'll have what the gentleman on the floor is having.

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    Hmm well that just might make a difference. Sadly I've never seen anyone open carry here in Florida that isn't some type of LEO, except when I'm hunting on private land with my buddy and his dad. I am interested in open carry and was planning on doing so on my road trip to Indiana in the states that allow it. I don't know what my plans are for the 4th weekend but please do keep me updated especially on the local pd/city attorney aspect of it. If they're on board I might just attempt to show up

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    When did FLA start requiring a resident to get a fishing license?

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    Last year, You use to be allowed to fish off the bank (Saltwater) only W/O a Lic. & Freshwater with a cane pole
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    When did FLA start requiring a resident to get a fishing license?
    Effective Aug. 1, 2009 - Residents and nonresidents fishing for a saltwater species (other than mullet in fresh water) from land or from a structure fixed to the land are required to purchase a saltwater fishing license.
    Fishing is still free if you are a Florida resident age 65 or older possessing proof of age and residency or possessing a Resident Senior Citizen Hunting and Fishing Certificate. Residents age 65 or older may obtain, at no cost, complimentary hunting and fishing certificates from county tax collectors' offices.
    I'll have what the gentleman on the floor is having.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hogdaddy View Post
    Last year, You use to be allowed to fish off the bank (Saltwater) only W/O a Lic. & Freshwater with a cane pole
    H/D
    Cane pole is still OK if you are fishing in your own county with live bait. Just no using a reel.
    I'll have what the gentleman on the floor is having.

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    You cannot open carry in Indiana, unless your license says just something generic like handgun license, if it says concealed on it, its a no go
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    I'll have to pass on this. While technically legal to OC while fishing and going to/coming from, this is what I term an "in your face" demonstration can and may work against the very cause you're hoping to achieve. While it may be successful in the long run, it can foster deep-rooted resentment by the opposition that will not go away.

    For those participating, I suggest having a highlighted copy of the statute allowing this on hand. Best of luck to you, legally and fishwise!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    While it may be successful in the long run, it can foster deep-rooted resentment by the opposition that will not go away.
    We only have to look to California to see how bad that can be.
    NRA life member.

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    I'll be there and I'll pass the info along to my boss at the gunshop too. Maybe we can put up info at the shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    I'll have to pass on this. While technically legal to OC while fishing and going to/coming from, this is what I term an "in your face" demonstration can and may work against the very cause you're hoping to achieve. While it may be successful in the long run, it can foster deep-rooted resentment by the opposition that will not go away.

    For those participating, I suggest having a highlighted copy of the statute allowing this on hand. Best of luck to you, legally and fishwise!

    The NRA was not a party to DC V. Heller because they were concerned that the case may go the wrong way.

    Florida is a solid CC state. CC will not be taken away. For OC it is a very different story. We are one of only six states with major prohibition against open carry. If Oklahoma's law survives veto by override we will be one of five.

    There isn't much down side here. The local PD will be in the loop. It's a great opportunity to get the word out because the night NASCAR races will be going on that week and the media has less to cover during the day.
    I'll have what the gentleman on the floor is having.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota97 View Post
    We only have to look to California to see how bad that can be.
    California has more rights than we do in Florida.
    The OC guys in Cal are at least opening the dialog. After the 2th amendment is incorporated to the states via McDonald v. Chicago this will all be a whole new ballgame but do not expect changes to be automatic. It will still require the action of the state legislature as demanded buy the people.
    Last edited by StogieC; May 22nd, 2010 at 05:01 AM.
    I'll have what the gentleman on the floor is having.

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    Here's a link to the location: Port Orange Parks and Recreation



    I'll have what the gentleman on the floor is having.

    Executive Director, Florida Carry, Inc.
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