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Tyler Dudley. ECL Book Sections 13-0333, 13-0339, 13-0338. Marine Resources Divided Regulations Seasons* Size Limits* All Fish* Prohibited Acts Bag Limits*. 13-0333 with summary Menhaden Licenses; prohibited acts. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Tyler DudleyECL Book Sections 13-0333, 13-0339, 13-0338Marine ResourcesDivided RegulationsSeasons*Size Limits*All Fish*Prohibited ActsBag Limits*13-0333 with summaryMenhaden Licenses; prohibited acts.With a license obtained from the Dept Menhaden from which oil or meal is made can be taken. Each license covers one vessil and is issued to the name of the ownerLicense Fee - 30 gross tons or less $25 - More than 30 or less than 200 gross tons $500 More than 200 gross tons $2000

No person shall take Menhaden by purse seining except during the period Monday following the fourth of July and ending the third Friday of October. Operator of a Menhaden purse seine vessel shall report to the dept. 24 hours prior to entering the waters of the State, submit to the Dept a regular and timely report of their total harvest. Dept shall develop regulations six months from the affective date of this subdivision related to this reporting requirment.

13-338Species of the order Squaliformes (Sharks) except in suborder Batoidea

Prohibited Acts; SharksProhibited acts: Finning-means removing a fin other than the caudal fin and not retaining the remainder of the shark carcassProhibited on Marine and Coastal districts-unless the correct proportion of species, number and size of shark carcasses is possessed The Dept. may take measures for the management of sharks including size limits, catch, bag limits, open and closed seasons closed areas, restrictions on the manner of taking-provided that regulations are no less restricted than requirements already set forth and are consistent with fishery management plans adopted by the Atlantic states marine fisheries commission.Finning

13-0339 Marine fish; Size limits of Marine fish, Sale of Marine SpeciesStriped Bass, Short nose Sturgeon, Atlantic Sturgeon.All Short nose Sturgeon irrespective of size and all Atlantic Sturgeon under the size limits prescribed by regulations taken in gill nets shall be immediately returned to the water without any unnecessary injuries.Listed under another section mentioned in 13-0339, 11-1319 mentions possession, transportation and sale of fish. Trout, Rainbow Trout, Atlantic Salmon, Black Bass, Walleye and Muskellunge shall not be bought and sold.

Recreational Size LimitsWeak fish less than 12 Fluke or summer flounder and southern flounder less than 14Atlantic Cod less than 9Porgy or Scup less than 7Black Sea bass less than 9Winter Flounder less than 11 in length may not be taken by angling for recreational purposes Commercial Size LimitsWeak fish less than 7 Fluke or summer flounder and southern flounder less than 14Atlantic Cod less than 12Porgy or Scup less than 9Black Sea bass less than 12Blue Fish less than 9 Winter Flounder less than 11in length may not be taken or possessed for commercial purposes (any form of net, comb, dredge, or hook and line except angling) Forked tailed fish My be squeezed together for maximum length with jaws closedBlue Marlin, White Marlin, Sailfish, Long Bill Spear Fish shall not be bought or sold or offered for saleStriped Marlin, Black Marlin, Short Bill Spear fish, shall not be bought, sold or offered for sale unless identified and tagged as such priority to entry into the state. Identification/tag shall include at a minimum the species of bill fish and the place of initial landingThe Dept. may use fixed regulation measures for the management ofAtlantic CodAmerican EelAtlantic and Short Nose sturgeonAtlantic HerringAmerican ShadBlue Back HerringSquidHickory Shad

This includes size limits, Catch, and possession limits, open and closed seasons provided that regulations are no less restricted than requirements already set forth and are consistent with fisheries management plans adopted by the Atlantic states Marine fisheries commission. Licenses shall be legally/financially responsible for the clean up off fish lost during any fishing or fish handling operations. Dept. with cooperation of Connecticut and Long Island shall regulate a resolution regarding commercial fishing.Bag Limits/ Season RecreationalAmerican Eel season all year minimum length 6 daily limit 50/ Hudson 6-14 cant take over 14 no eel possessed for food allowed just for baitBlue MarlinSummer Flounder new rules coming in April season bag size limit--Southern/ Winter Flounder 12 size limit 2 possession limit Season April 1st through May 30thBlue Fish no minimum size limit for the first 10 12 TL for the next 5 Bag limit 15 with no more than 5 less than 12 TL Season All YearPorgy or Scup new rules coming in April season bag size limit--Weak Fish 16/10 filleted/ 12 dressed for size limit possession limit 1 Season All YearBlack Sea Bass New Rules coming in April seasonBagSize limit--Atlantic Cod 22 size limit 10 possession limit season all yearSail FishLong Bill Sphere fishStriped MarlinBlack MarlinShort nose Sturgeon Closed Possession Prohibited Atlantic Sturgeon Closed Possession ProhibitedAtlantic HerringAmerican Shad all year any size daily limit 3/ season closed and catch and release prohibited in Hudson riverBlue Black HerringHickory Shad doesnt apply to Marine or Coastal August 1st through November 30th any size daily limit 5Trout/Rainbow Trout April 1st through October 15th any size daily limit 5Lake Trout April 1st through October 15th 21 minimum daily limit 3Atlantic Salmon April 1st through October 15th 15 minimum length daily limit 3 Black Bass 3rd Saturday in June through November 30th 12 minimum size limit daily limit 5Walleye First Saturday in May through March 15th Muskellunge 3rd Saturday in June through November 30th minimum size limit 30 daily limit 1Sharks no bag or size limit season open all yearFIN.