Kensdock report Banned from NJFISHING.COM

This is the reason I was given for being  banned from


You have been banned for the following reason:

Date the ban will be lifted: Never

The real reason exposing the truth!

  2 comments for “Kensdock report Banned from NJFISHING.COM

  1. January 11, 2010 at 9:36 am

    I’m really interested in what you are exposing. be it that which you post in your thread or are there more details?

    What truth are they holding you from posting on our popular sites?


  2. kensdock
    January 13, 2010 at 1:00 am

    Thank you for the question, here is one reason. I have more that I will post in a new thread later.

    I have exposed a couple of organizations for who and what they represent.

    I posted a question to the leadership of the RFA asking why they do not poll their membership before taking a position on important issues like the weakfish moratorium and the NJ saltwater license issue. I was banned shortly after this post from Take a look at the excerpt from the Newark star-ledger below:

    February 6, 2005
    Whether fighting no-fishing zones, keeping white marlin off the endangered-species list or elbowing commercial fishermen out of favored waters, the Recreational Fishing Alliance makes its voice heard.

    The New Jersey-based RFA, which has chapters in all coastal states, bills itself as a “grassroots political action organization representing individual sport fishermen and the sport-fishing industry.” It frequently touts its tens of thousands of members in brochures and press releases.

    But according to two recent lawsuits against its executive director, there’s only one member that really matters. The suits say that New Gretna-based Viking Yacht Co., one of the nation’s premier luxury yacht manufacturers, tightly controls the non-profit, tax-exempt RFA, and the two operate as a “single integrated enterprise.”

    Fishing advocates and environmentalists said they have long believed as much, maintaining that the RFA cares more about Viking’s interests than the fishermen it claims to represent.

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