Posted by Sin_Coast
on May-23-08 10:14am
(In reply to: Re: Freshwater Reg. book specifically states posted by songslinger on May-22-08 7:53pm)
"Why would you call fish and game if it's legal?"
Hence my reason for asking if it is legal. Now I know it is 'not-illegal' to snag seabass. So I guess I will not call DFG CalTip. Bummer. Not that I was looking forward to turning sombody in to DFG. But I find the practice reprehensible.
And unfortunately (for DFG and the fish I suppose), none of these particular bass are undersize. The school cruising the wharf is comprised of 20-40lb fish.
Is it illegal to snag WSB?
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