[B] Change in rockcod regs[/B]

Discussion in 'Fishing Chit Chat' started by Orca, Aug 25, 2005.

  1. Orca

    Orca シャチ, 鯱

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    Don
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    Extracted from DFG in season change notification

    During September and October anglers are prohibited from fishing in
    waters greater than 180 feet (30 fathoms) when taking rockfish, cabezon,
    greenlings, lingcod, California sheephead, ocean whitefish, California
    scorpionfish and other federally managed groundfish. Exceptions are made
    when an angler is aboard a vessel in transit and without fishing gear in
    the water. Beginning Nov.1 and continuing through the end of the year,
    anglers may again take bottomfish in waters out to 360 feet (60
    fathoms).
     
  2. KC Kevin

    KC Kevin Go Chiefs!

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    Say WHAT???
     
  3. Katana

    Katana Newbie

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    With that statement, implications are made that a boat cannot even be in waters measuring that depth.
    How are the hell are they gonna enforce that????
     
  4. SALTYDAWG

    SALTYDAWG Advertiser Advertiser

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    Bill
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    sold it
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    They Cant:shithappe :rofl: :rofl:
     
  5. Special Ed

    Special Ed The Four Season Angler

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    Call me crazy
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    Well, that's some good news. I'm getting tired of eating the 20 LB Halibut I catch when I fish the bay. At least now I can keep those 2 pound Sculpin I can't keep off my line when drifting. MMMMMMM Sculpin tacos.....:drool:
     

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