I am posting this for all the members on here to read. Apparently some of you have not read the rules of conduct.


The following is an amended version of the rules of conduct, for members posting on this forum and the site in general.

Per Ed Moes - Site Owner and Administrator:

Crappie.com is my website -
These are my rules, and I insist on Crappie.com being a FAMILY oriented “Teach a person how to fish” web site, that any age fisherperson can visit.

If anyone breaks these rules, their posts may be edited or deleted (at the discretion of the Moderator) ... and they can/will be banned, simply at my discretion, if they continue to break these rules.

Plain and simple: No personal attacks will be tolerated, and nothing that a child cannot view will be tolerated. (ie - foul language, inappropriate pictures, inappropriate Member ID names, etc)

In an effort to ensure that “friendliness prevails over everything else” on the Crappie.com boards, no personal attacks, or even negative connotations towards others, will be tolerated, whatsoever. This is not a threat, this simply will be the guidelines used by our moderators and myself. So, in other words, do not be surprised if your post is edited or deleted. It may even happen by accident. Do not be offended. We’re just trying to preserve the intention and spirit of the site ... the sharing of information, promotion of the sport, the making of friends whom share our love and devotion to Crappie fishing, and the promotion and preservation of this site's integrity and dignity.

So, with that in mind, your posts may be edited or deleted at the drop of a hat, if you post anything that even mildly smells like, or barely resembles a personal attack or negative connotation towards another. We will not debate what we’ve done, although we may or may not provide an explanation."

Thanks all, you’re a great bunch and I hate for differing opinions to create enemies.

"You only live once, so there's no reason to make enemies, when you can make friends instead." Edhead
(amended by CP ...Nov 2006)