looks like all “anglers” get to keep one rock over 19”. Great/ Fine if that’s what the science dictates.
Great to end the difference between rec anglers and those anglers on charters.
You are correct.Where does the press release say a charter customer may keep 2? It says an angler ( to me anyone fishing no matter the means) may keep one and the capt or mate may not keep an additional fish
Then i take my comment back. 2 pp for charters, making multiple trips per day does not level the playing field. They like money in their pockets. I like fish in my freezer. I'm ok with only 1 fish (striper), after that I will target perch. It will never be the right rules until they shut it all down. 0 fish for everyone for at least 3 years.The regs for 2021 are the same as 2020. 1 pp for recs. 2 pp for charters. The only thing that changed is the closure dates.
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How does a rec fisherman sign up for the FACTS electronic reporting program? Would certainly be will to report on any fish I catch.By "source", I was hoping to see an official source. Anybody can repeat what they "hear" or what a magazine prints. I emailed DNR directly for the official reading...It's pretty easy and they are responsive.
I pointed out the ambiguity on their web site regarding the definition of "anglers".
Margie Maccubbin -DNR- 11:31 AM (2 hours ago)
This is what Fisheries just advise:
For the summer/fall season, the general rule is 1 fish, 19" or larger. If a charterboat captain is participating in the FACTS electronic reporting program, it's 2 fish, 19" or larger. But if the charterboat captain isn't in that program, it's 1 fish per person.