Trade Oysters for Halibut, tuna, Cod, etc.

Discussion in 'Pacific North West Classifieds' started by otisthelab, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. otisthelab

    If anyone is interested, I have oysters to trade for halibut, tuna, maybe cod, squid, etc. Just PM me.
  2. chow

    What sort of trade ratio are you thinking of?<label for="rb_iconid_12">[​IMG]</label>

    My wife and I can never eat all the tuna I get during the summer and wouldn't mind trading it for oysters if you are thinking that far out as well. PM me if your interested.

    Edit: never mind. See your in washington. Are you near the vancouver area?
  3. Titan

  4. saltwaterfish

    Probably a violation...
  5. fishguidebrian

    Sounds like enforcement might be fishing. I'd trade guided salmon trip for oysters any day though!
  6. Emzbuddy

    what's the issue?

    I see nothing on page 12 that would construe a violation when a person trades oysters for fish. Reasonable assumption being that both parties abided by regulations when harvesting.

    a trade would not be in the field, obviously.

    unless you mean this, but again - not a violation if done correctly.

    Possess another person’s game fish unless it is
    accompanied by a statement showing the name,
    address, license number, date, county, and area
    where it was taken, and the signature of the
    angler who harvested it.
  7. Quan

    At the Bottom Right of page 12.

    "You may not offer any recreationally-caught fish
    or shellfish for sale or barter"

    I wouldn't sweat it, though. Doubt the Warden is gonna set up a sting operation at your house when you give a buddy some oysters.
  8. Saluki

    Fish & Game Wardens read BD.

    Chances are, this not going to end well.
  9. Cap'n Coldeye

    This is the part that would make lerry, but it's your call.
    • Trade Oysters for Halibut, tuna, Cod, etc.-Buy sell reg.jpg
  10. Easytosee

    What makes you guys think its recreationally caught? The guy probably has his own beach... wtf some of you guys need to find something else to do. I know plenty of guys who own water front and grow their own clams and oysters, many of them also sell them to bigger seafood buyers like Taylor or Skookum.

    I'd trade fish for oysters, better than going and buying it since you can't take them off the beach in the shell ON PUBLIC BEACHES. Not to mention you can only get 18 a person.

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