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HEY GUYS, I PLAN ON COMING DOWN TOMORROW EARLY TO DO SOME CATTIN' AND RELAXIN'. THE GUY COMING WITH ME ASKED IF IT WAS LEGAL TO KEEP A STRIPER NOW. I TOLD HIM THE STRIPER SEASONS/ REGULATIONS WERE TOO TRICKY FOR ME TO REMEMBER. CAN ANYONE TELL ME? I DON'T NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ANY OTHER DATES BESIDES TOMORRROW AND THE SIZE AND QUANTITY. THANKS VERY MUCH. OH, IS BAIT STILL EASY TO COME BY AT DEEP BOTTOM AS IT NORMALLY IS THIS TIME OF YEAR? THANKS AGAIN VERY MUCH, BERKLEY
 

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its 34 not 32 unless its because of some boundry up river or something.

http://www.mrc.state.va.us/regulations/swrecfishingrules.shtm
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and here is the freshwater vdgif version.

http://www.dgif.state.va.us/fishing/regulations/2005_fishing_regulations.pdf#page=6&zoom=100
 

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Thanks for the info. Just got back home, did not catch any stripers, but landed a 56,35,34,25,24 and about twenty 5-10 lb cats. We caught plenty of bait at deep bottom early this morining and had our first double at 6:00. We had a nice enjoyable day on the water. Thanks again, Berkley
 

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Nice work Berkley. Sounds like fun. The fish were on today. I went to the tournament weigh-in at Jordan point. Lots of nice fish.

Dayton
 

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[Q]RANGER690 originally wrote:
Nice work Berkley. Sounds like fun. The fish were on today. I went to the tournament weigh-in at Jordan point. Lots of nice fish.

Dayton
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I figured all the pros were fishing, you should hve been part of the weigh in.

Nice fish Berkley.

DEAN who was running dogs and killing deer[grin]
 
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