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Re: NFC: Re: California fish
- To: nfc at actwin_com
- Subject: Re: NFC: Re: California fish
- From: FiestaCranberry at webtv_net (Fiesta Cranberry)
- Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 11:01:25 -0700 (PDT)
- In-Reply-To: "Chris Hedemark" <chris at yonderway_com>'s message of Fri, 24 Aug 2001 10:07:30 -0400
>You might want to check your local & state
>laws first. If I'm not mistaken, you have
>some of the most totalitarian laws with
>regards to catching/keeping native fish in
Hmmm...you may be right :^( I seem to remember that's the reason why I
started my native marine tank---fewer regulations on ocean fishing.
I looked up the regs again, and I found this:
4.05. Bait Fish Capture Methods.
(a) Approved bait fish may be taken only by hand, with a dip net, or
with traps not over three feet in greatest dimension. Such bait fish may
not be purchased, bartered, sold, transferred or traded; or transported
alive from the location where taken.
1.63. Movement of Live Fish. Except as provided in sections 4.00 through
4.30 and 230, live fin fish taken under the authority of a sport fishing
license may not be transported alive from the water where taken.
So I don't really get it; where do all the bait fish the bait stores
sell come from? They're alive. Maybe I should just go to a bait store
and buy fish?
Republic of California