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Legal California Game

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crustBro

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I'm totally ignorant of what types/lengths of fish are legal.

Can anyone suggest a book (with pictures) or some other resource so that I can make sure I'm hunting legal stuff?
 

defofthecrown

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Hey, just trek down to the local license supply store (i.e. walmart, kmart or local fishing store). They'll all be able to sell you a license and they'll also have free booklets w/ species pictures, legal lengths, bag limit, and seasons for harvesting.

The only catch is you have to keep up on changes to the regulations throughout the season. A quick check to the local equivilent to the DNR or fish and games website will keep you abreast of all of that.

Last thing is to avoid buck fever b/c the 14" cabezon looks like a 20 incher underwater. Get a good reference before you shoot and have fun.
 
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