Zach Pricer, right, first mate on the “Cuda”, owned by Capt. Mike Lucas, hands a bucket of live bait to Capt. Phil Haley, center, at the Naples City Dock on Friday afternoon. The Naples City Council is set to decide whether to force longtime charter boat captains out of their boat slips to make room for people on a waiting list. Many charter boat captains say they will go out of business if the city doesn’t renew their boat slip leases at the city dock.

Photo by TRISTAN SPINSKI, Daily News

Zach Pricer, right, first mate on the “Cuda”, owned by Capt. Mike Lucas, hands a bucket of live bait to Capt. Phil Haley, center, at the Naples City Dock on Friday afternoon. The Naples City Council is set to decide whether to force longtime charter boat captains out of their boat slips to make room for people on a waiting list. Many charter boat captains say they will go out of business if the city doesn’t renew their boat slip leases at the city dock.

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