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Freshwater Reg. book specifically states
Posted by Santa (Posts: 371)
on May-22-08 1:43pm
(In reply to: Is it illegal to snag WSB? posted by Sin_Coast on May-22-08 10:36am)
that snagging is illegal. Why it's not it the Ocean book is only known by those folks who make this stuff up.
I'd go ahead and call anyway. Regardless if it's WSB or another species , the act of snagging is occurring and the more calls they get on this stuff, may tell them there is a big problem in a certain area that needs more attention.
Best to have a kid standing on a pier catching fish,
than on a street corner catching something else.
|Is it illegal to snag WSB? Sin_Coast - May-22-08 10:36am|
|Not illegal unfortunately gyozadude - May-22-08 11:52am|
|Re: Is it illegal to snag WSB? pierhead - May-22-08 12:36pm|
|Freshwater Reg. book specifically states Santa - May-22-08 1:43pm|
|Some day the poachers, the cheats, the... Ken Jones - May-22-08 4:52pm|
|Ed Roberts is correct Clayman - May-22-08 7:55pm|
|Re: Freshwater Reg. book specifically states avidangler - May-22-08 7:02pm|
|Re: Freshwater Reg. book specifically states songslinger - May-22-08 7:53pm|
|It may be worth checking since 99% of the wsb... Ken Jones - May-23-08 6:39am|
|Re: Freshwater Reg. book specifically states Sin_Coast - May-23-08 10:14am|
|Only a cheater snags PERIOD.... oldmanandthesea - May-22-08 8:17pm|
|What's legal may not be ethical. Ken Jones - May-23-08 6:13am|