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Destroying Non Game Fish In South Dakota

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Posted 23 July 2007 - 10:44 PM

in the fish geek chat tonight we looked up some fishing regulation for south dakota and we discovered some strange rules. No, not the rule that says keep the meth tweaker talking- A tweaker who falls silent can be extremely dangerous.

But this one:

Nongame Fish Destroyed. All nongame fish, excluding baitfish and protected species, taken in bait traps or seines must be destroyed and buried or disposed of in a manner conforming to public health, pollution and refuse laws.

Nongame Fish. All fish species not game fish or baitfish nor otherwise protected are nongame species. These include species such as burbot, freshwater drum, carp, buffalofish, suckers and goldeye. Smelt are a nongame species, but a season and
limits have been established.

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Are there any other states that require you to destroy native fish?

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Posted 24 July 2007 - 07:39 AM


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