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Re: Need California native fish

> D. Martin
> I am interested in this info also lists of species and a source would be
> helpful 
> also what is the permit like???

A private stocking permit costs $34.25.  Some areas do not require a 
permit if you keep certain species  The application is only 1 page.  
It's rather simple.  But the instructions are 9 pages long!  But not 
too bad.  You must list the species you wish to keep, and who you are 
getting them from.

Most of the fishes raised are commercially important rather than the 
fish you and I would like to keep.  If you send me a wish list I'll 
tell you where to get it, if available.  You can get your own copy of 
the list of registered aquaculturists (28 pages worth) by writing :

State of California
The Resources Agency
Department of Fish and Game
PO Box 944290
Sacramento, CA  94244-2090

Ask for an application for a private stocking permit too, and a copy 
of Inland Fisheries informational leaflet #6 "Regulations Governing 
Private Stocking of Aquatic Plants and ANinmals (Noncommercial)".



Greater American Freshwater Fishes Resource Site (GAFFeRs):  http://www.localink4.com/~archimedes/

"Fie on thee, fellow!  Whence come these fishes?" - Scheherazade

"Any fish with good teeth is liable to use them." - Wm. T. Innes

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