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Re: [Killietalk] RE: Killies on the bubble
There are about 50 different sets of rules, Edd. Each state has control
of its own wildlife, for the most part, and management practices do
Since most state Fish and Game or Wildlife Depts. have a web site, it is
probably worth a look, there, first. That may give the general rules, or
point you to publications that have them. [In CA, the annual fishing
guide has the general rules, such as the usual one that "if it is not
required, it is forbidden." :^)]
As you did, contacting a local ranger can cut through a lot of red tape,
fast. Their life is made easier by folks who will play by the rules, so
they are usually very pleased to help.
I have found folks at NFC who are adept at getting local permits in many
difficult areas, so it is worth checking with them and/or NANFA for your
local situations, too.
Kray, Edd wrote:
Is there anyone who can summarize these "legality requirements". I know
we can't keep those fish that are legally endangered, but that's a small
percentage. It was our Dpt. of Wildlife here instate that directed me to
the collecting locations for sciadicus and zebrinus and gave us their
Wright Huntley -- 760 872-3995 -- Rt. 001 Box K36, Bishop CA 93514
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