New catfish regulation

Discussion in 'LOCAL OKLAHOMA TALK' started by wildhunter066, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. wildhunter066

    wildhunter066 New Member

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    missouri
    Doesnt the one over 30" regulation go into effect the first of this year?
     
  2. Dirtdobber

    Dirtdobber Guest Staff Member

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    Vian Okla
    Yes. The spoonbill regs changed too
     

  3. Big Sam

    Big Sam Well-Known Member

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    Sam
    Yep the new regs have begun:wink: Better bone-up on the manual:eek:oooh::tounge_out::confused2:
     
  4. Ack

    Ack New Member

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    Oklahoma
    Here are the new Oklahoma regulations for 2010:
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    • Paddlefish regulations have changed. (click for more info)

    • Lone Chimney Lake will have a 14-inch minimum length limit on black bass.

    • The tailwaters below lakes Altus-Lugert, Ellsworth, Fort Cobb, Foss, Lawtonka and Murray lakes will have a 14-inch minimum length limit on walleye, sauger and saugeye.

    • The daily limit on blue catfish statewide will be fifteen (15), with only one (1) fish over 30 inches in length.

    • A Fishing Guide License will be required of all resident and non-resident fishing guides.

    • Hybrid striped bass daily and size limits are removed at lakes Optima, Ft. Supply and Great Salt Plains.

    • The 14 inch length limit on black bass in Lake Optima has been removed.

    • It is illegal to possess zebra or quagga mussels.

    • It is illegal to transport aquatic vegetation on boats or trailers between waters of the state.

    • Cast netting for bait is now allowed on the Illinois River from the south boundary of the MarVal trout resort downstream to the Highway 64 Bridge, provided the bait is for personal use.

    • Glass beverage containers are prohibited at Department fishing areas, except in designated camping and parking areas.

    • Painted and Razorback Musk turtles are prohibited from harvest and one additional mussel sanctuary was created in the state.
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