No more collecting allowed in North Dakota :(
Posted 31 July 2012 - 01:05 PM
Here's what it says in the proclamation:
4. TRANSPORTATION AND STOCKING
Transportation of any live ﬁsh, live ﬁsh eggs, live
amphibians or other live aquatic organisms is illegal
• Anglers transporting legal live baitﬁsh and bait (see
• Dealers and buyers of tropical ﬁsh species for the pet
trade sold at commercial outlets.
• Individuals in possession of the appropriate license
or permit from the Game and Fish director.
Posted 31 July 2012 - 04:33 PM
Posted 20 August 2012 - 10:06 PM
Posted 29 August 2012 - 01:40 PM
Posted 29 August 2012 - 05:58 PM
(cut from the above)
Storage limit at one’s personal permanent residence is unlimited; however, at no time may a person transport more than a possession limit.
Game ﬁsh are bluegill, burbot, channel catﬁsh, chinook salmon, crappie (black and white), largemouth bass, muskellunge (pure and hybrid), northern pike, paddleﬁsh, sauger, saugeye, smallmouth bass, sturgeon (pallid, shovelnose and lake), trout (brown, lake, rainbow and cutthroat), walleye, white bass, yellow perch and zander.
Nongame ﬁsh are all species that inhabit and reproduce in the state’s waters that are not listed as game ﬁsh.
Statewide Daily and Possession Limits
Nongame Fish (other than legal live baitﬁsh) no limit
Legal Live Baitﬁsh 150
• Legal live baitﬁsh – Subject to “use restrictions” listed on pages 19 and 20, fathead minnows, creek chubs, sticklebacks and white sucker (Red and Bois de Sioux rivers only) are the only legal live baitﬁsh allowed.
All legal live aquatic organisms used by anglers, including baitﬁ sh (e.g. fathead minnows), amphibians (e.g. salamanders and frogs), invertebrates (e.g. crayﬁ sh and leeches) and insects must have been purchased or trapped in North Dakota. No live aquatic organisms may be imported into the state by anglers.
• Each licensed angler may use no more than one minnow trap and/or one dip net for taking smelt or legal live bait. The trap may not exceed 12 inches in diameter and 30 inches in length with a throat opening not to exceed 1 1/4 inches. Dip nets may not exceed 24 inches in diameter or 36 inches in depth.
Legal live bait and legal live baitﬁsh may be taken in all public waters of the state and at all times except for the following:
Posted 05 September 2012 - 04:19 PM
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