PROACTIVE AS WE APPROACH THE FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND WHILE IT'S A HOLIDAY FOR MOSTIT IS ALSO A FULL WEEK OF RED SNAPPER FISHING FOR RECREATIONAL ANGLERS AND IN THE PAST THAT HAS BEEN A PROBLEM NEWS FIVE'S DEBBIE WILLIAMS EXPLAINS ON THE BALDWIN COUNTY BEAT runs :56 SUPER Debbie Williams/dwilliams@wkrgc om "don't dump your fish carcasses in the waterthat's the message from the city of orange beach and there's a pretty good reason why" REMEMBER THISIN 2014,,,SHARKS BEGAN CONGREGATING AROUND PERDIDO PASSEXPERTS BELIEVE IT WAS BECAUSE OF ALL THE FISH CARCASSES BEING DUMPED AFTER A DAY OF FISHING IN JUNE OF THAT YEARTHE CITY ACTUALLY CLOSED THE BEACHES OUT OF SAFETY CONCERNS NOW THE CITY IS ISSUING A WARNING THAT IF YOU DON'T DISPOSE OF YOUR FISH CARCASSES PROPERLYYOU WILL BE TICKETEDIT IS AFTER ALL ILLEGALOF SPECIAL CONCERN IS IN THE INLAND WATERWAYS THE PROBLEM IS WORSE ON THE WEEKENDS ACCORDING TO CITY OFFICIALSBUT WITH A FULL WEEK OF SNAPPER FISHING COMING UP A BIT OF PRE-EMPTIVE STRIKE TO PREVENT A REPEAT OF WHAT HAS HAPPENED IN THE PAST SUPER Debbie Williams/dwilliams@wkrgc om "and city officials tell us snapper season is the only fishing season when fish carcasses in the water become a problem On the Baldwin County Beat in Orange Beach, debbie Williams WKRG News Five"