u may also order licenses via postal mail from the Oficina de Pesca (Department of Fisheries) in San Diego, CA. Click here to download the application form.Only one rod or line with hook is permitted in the water, per person, but there is no restriction regarding the number of replacement items.
The fishing license allows you to capture only fin fish. It does not allow you to capture any mollusks or crustaceans, and their capture by anyone is strictly prohibited. Totuaba, turtles and marine mammals are under protection of the Ministry and may not be captured at any time.
To capture bottom fish, up to four hooks on a vertical line may be used.
The use of electric reels is restricted to disabled fishermen only, after written authorization for the Ministry before use.In ocean waters and estuaries the limit is a total of ten fish per day, with no more than 5 catches of a single specie, except of the species of Marlin, Sailfish and Swordfish and Shark, of which only one specimen of either is allowed, and which counts as five toward the overall 10 fish limit, or Dorado, Roosterfish, Shad, or Tarpon, of which only two samples of each specie are allowed, and which count as five toward the overall 10 fish limit.
Limit on inland bodies of water (rivers, lakes, dams, etc.) is five fish per day, whether of a single specie or in combination.
Underwater fishing is limited to five fish per day, using rubber band or spring type harpoons, and only while skin-diving.
There is no limit to the practice of "catch and release", as long as the fish that exceed the bag limit be returned to their environment in good survival condition.
Where sportfishing is conducted from boats out at sea for longer than three days, the bag limit will be the equivalent of three times the amounts mentioned above.It is illegal to sell, trade, or exchange the fish caught. Fish should not be cleaned on board at sea but should be brought to fish cleaning stations in the marinas. Fish can be eviscerated and filleted, but a patch of skin must be left to permit identification.
I think it violates the principle that if a Mexican can do work, then foreigners are not allowed to participate in that work. Check with Pesca for the rules, and then you might try Immigration. You would at least need an FM 3 and a work permit for Mex.Just wondering. Don't honestly know.
I think it violates the principle that if a Mexican can do work, then foreigners are not allowed to participate in that work. Check with Pesca for the rules, and then you might try Immigration. You would at least need an FM 3 and a work permit for Mex.
So, if someone catches fish in Mexico, and sells it in the states, who would enforce the Mexican law against it?
U could bring it back to the US and sell it here, because they no longer have jurisdiction over the catch at that point....
Every time I read one of your comments I seriously wonder why you post at all, you never have any idea what your talking about. You should try the Nonsense Anything Bored Threads.