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2013 Recreational Fishing Rules Concise Explanatory Statement
Fish & Wildlife Commission
Meeting Feb. 8-9, 2013

2013 – 2014 Sportfishing Rule Proposals – Briefing and Public Hearing. Audio available.

Sportfishing Rule Changes for 2013-2014

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Reference ID: DFW526457

Original Rule Proposal     See comments

Reference ID: DFW526457
Recreational Opportunities      Submission Type: Public
Rules Category:
Puget Sound Region Freshwater
Species covered in proposed rule
 • Trout
Rule to Change:
New Rule Proposal:
opening south praire creek for general fishing from the carbon river , upstream, selective gear rules and if needed, catch and release only..............thank you
Why the change is needed:
i say...."why not" and i don't really understand why it is not is a most beautifull stream,accesable,close to home,myself aqnd other people would love the opportunity to fish this section of water, even if it was catch and release only....thank you
Names of individuals or groups with whom you have discussed this change:
No input given
Describe their support and/or concerns:
No input given
Submitted by: EMMONS, BRUCE  — BUCKLEY, WA

Date submitted: 04/26/2012

WDFW Rule Proposal Recommendation

Not Recommended for further consideration     Reference ID: DFW526457

The present rule is consistent with the agency's stream strategy, which is intended to protect wild juvenile steelhead. This river has not been meeting escapement objectives for steelhead so we recommend the current rule remains in place.

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