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Indiana Asian Carp Update

The Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee (ACRCC) has announced results of eDNA samples taken earlier this year in the Chicago waterway system. Samples from Lake Calumet and the Little Calumet River in Illinois included 17 positives for silver carp but zero positives for bighead carp. As a result, the Monitoring …

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Summary Of The New Black Bass Regulation

For black bass (includes smallmouth, largemouth, and spotted bass) taken on a river or stream, a person will be able to keep only those that are under 12 inches and over 15 inches in length, with a daily aggregate bag limit of 5, and no more than 2 can be …

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Black Bass Rule Change

The Commission gave final adoption to the rule version below. However, the rule is not yet effective. The Attorney General has 45 days in which to review as to legality; the Governor has up to 30 days in which to approve; and subsequently, the rule is forwarded (if approved) to …

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Anti-Fishing Groups Bypass Ongoing Lawsuit in Attempt to Ban Lead Fishing Tackle

Sportfishing community calls for the dismissal of unwarranted petition for a national ban on lead fishing tackle Alexandria, VA – December 6, 2011 – On November 16, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was yet again petitioned by the Center for Biological Diversity and two other anti-fishing groups, requesting that …

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