Thats what I thought....especially with season only days away!! Are licenes available yet??
The biggest surprise is that there is a 2 pt. font and you need a microfiche reader to read it.any major surprises?
i and a few others over here in the valley that fishes gasperau lake aren't particularly ammused by this ''high harvest'' change!we hadthe luxury of fishing the lake when the water level wasn't lowering ,yet there was lots of water flow. it makes for good fishing for the rest of the year! afew of us would fish pretty much until ice up. yes we still have little river lake, but there's definately more ''numbers'' in gasperau.The biggest surprise is that there is a 2 pt. font and you need a microfiche reader to read it.
One thing I noted in Halifax County (other than the demarcation line discussed in another thread) is that there are no "high harvest" lakes. This has no impact on me with respect to harvesting, but it does mean that the affected lakes (Rocky, Loon, MicMac, Banook, and perhaps others I've forgotten) are now closed to SMB angling at the end of October, rather than the end of December. Grand Lake will continue to stay open through December as it was (and is) a "trophy" lake, rather than a "high harvest" lake.
Hi JSi and a few others over here in the valley that fishes gasperau lake aren't particularly ammused by this ''high harvest'' change!
I couldn't remember whether Round and Lewis were open for bows in for October through December in 2010 and earlier years.Kind of, I think traditionally Round & Lewis had a summer trout season and winter one,the perch corresponded with it. now they are open all year, for all species., except retention of specks, which is summer season.