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It may be worth checking since 99% of the wsb...
Posted by Ken Jones (Skipper - Posts: 11990)
on May-23-08 6:39am
(In reply to: Re: Freshwater Reg. book specifically states posted by songslinger on May-22-08 7:53pm)
snagged are under the legal size. The technique may not be illegal but the practice at the piers has been to snag almost anything seen including many undersized fish. An occasional visit might decrease the number of illegal fish being kept.
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|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|