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Discussion in 'LOCAL ALABAMA TALK' started by fichere, Jun 30, 2008.
does anyohe if mussel have a season for catching or using them?
A few rules for reading concerning mussles:
220-2-.106 MUSSEL FISHING SEASONS
The season for legal mussel fishing is open year-round except during
the prescribed waterfowl hunting season, Swan Creek, Crow Creek, Mud
Creek, and Raccoon Creek Wildlife Management Areas shall be closed.
The area of the Wheeler Wildlife Refuge between Interstate 65 and U.S.
Highway 31 and the area of Limestone Bay shall be closed to mussel
harvest during the period of October 15 through February 15 of each year.
Mussel fishing in the fresh waters of this State shall be restricted to five
(5) days each week (Monday through Friday) and shall be closed on all
220-2-.50 HARVEST OF FRESHWATER MUSSELS RESTRICTED TO
DAYLIGHT HOURS ONLY
It shall be unlawful to take, catch, kill, or to attempt to take, catch or
kill mussels from freshwater between the hours of sunset and sunrise(nighttime).
220-2-.51 HARVEST OF FRESHWATER MUSSELS FOR COMMERCIAL
PURPOSES IN ALL OPEN AREAS RESTRICTED TO FIVE DAYS A
WEEKMussel fishing for commercial purposes in the freshwaters of this State
in all open areas shall be restricted to five days each week (Mondaythrough Friday), unless specifically provided otherwise by law or regulation.
There are also a lot of places you can not legally take mussels from.
If you need any other info, let me know.
Hope this helps and answers your question.
That is some real good info on Mussels. I know the blues eat the heck out of them, but have never heard of anyone actually catching fish on them
You know, there aren't many in Bama who do but if you go over to Santee Cooper, alot of the locals will use them. You'll catch cats over there whose bellies are swollen and their lips are ruby red from tearing up the mussel beds. Yes Sir, you'll see some fellas out with a 5 gallon bucket with ice, collecting them mussels for bait.