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    Re: River salmon limit

    Some of ya'll going to hate me but I say keep it at 1.

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    Re: River salmon limit

    Rumor suggests it'll be back to two per day!

    We'll know in a couple weeks.
    Here they come!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slvrsides View Post
    Any word on the daily bag limit for the Sac this year?..is it gonna stay at 1/day?
    The limit may go up to 2 salmon, not sure yet, I wouldn't be surprised if they kept it a 1 even though they predict about 10-15% more Salmon than last year. I believe I read that somewhere. F&W fisheries commission had a meeting in Feb.'19 of a few different proposals for ocean dates and Sac River regs. I believe they'll come out with something May 16 at the meeting at 1416 Ninth St at 1 pm. The Central Valley fishing Supplement for 2019-20 may come out then too?..or in June?.. On Jan. 8 '19..3 proposed changes were being discussed I believe....May 16 is the proposed adoption date. Not sure if this is it or more discussion, hopefully it's the change of the 1/day salmon limit. If this isn't it we'll find out soon anyways.

    Central Valley Salmon Sport FishingOffice of Administrative Law's Notice ID #Z2019-0108-01
    Office of Administrative Law's File ID #pending
    Amend Subsections 7.50(b)(5), (68), (124) and (156.5), Title 14, CCR, Re: Central Valley Salmon Sport Fishing Regulations





    WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMITTEE Committee Chairs: President Sklar and Commissioner Burns Meeting Agenda May 16, 2019, 1:00 p.m. Natural Resources Building Redwood Room, 14th Floor 1416 Ninth Street Sacramento, CA 95814 This meeting will be audio-recorded and made available to the public. NOTE: Please see important meeting procedures and information at the end of the agenda. Unless otherwise indicated, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife is identified as Department. All agenda items are informational and/or discussion only. The Committee develops recommendations to the Commission but does not have authority to make policy or regulatory decisions on behalf of the Commission. Call to order 1. Approve agenda and order of items 2. Public comment for items not on the agenda The Committee may not discuss or take action on any matter raised during this item, except to consider whether to recommend that the matter be added to the agenda of a future meeting. [Sections 11125, 11125.7(a), Government Code]3. Department updates The Department will highlight items of note since the last Committee meeting.(A) Wildlife BranchI. Connectivity and wildlife corridors II. Gray wolf updates(B) Fisheries Branch(C) Law Enforcement Division Commissioners Eric Sklar, President Saint Helena Jacque Hostler-Carmesin, Vice President McKinleyville Russell E. Burns, Member Napa Peter S. Silva, Member Jamul Samantha Murray, Member Del Mar STATE OF CALIFORNIA Gavin Newsom, Governor Fish and Game Commission Wildlife Heritage and Conservation Since 1870 Melissa Miller-Henson Acting Executive Director P.O. Box 944209 Sacramento, CA 94244-2090(916) 653-4899 fgc@fgc.ca.govwww.fgc.ca.gov 4. Initial recommendations for 2020-21 regulations Discuss and consider approving recommendations for the following regulations for the 2020-21 seasons:(A) Mammal hunting(B) Waterfowl hunting(C) Central Valley Chinook salmon sport fishing(D) Klamath River Basin salmon sport fishing...and more.
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    Re: River salmon limit

    From what I can tell it’s zero.


    Quote Originally Posted by stefanoflo View Post
    Either I am confused or maybe not . I did see somewhere that it went up to 2, But I`m wondering if thats not for Ocean fishing???because they where talking about Pigeon Point. Sorry if a can`t help.
    Map Regulatios still have it at 1 for the American river
    https://map.dfg.ca.gov/sportfishingregs/#skip-to-regs

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    Re: River salmon limit

    Quote Originally Posted by Slvrsides View Post
    Any word on the daily bag limit for the Sac this year?..is it gonna stay at 1/day?
    Either I am confused or maybe not . I did see somewhere that it went up to 2, But I`m wondering if thats not for Ocean fishing???because they where talking about Pigeon Point. Sorry if a can`t help.
    Map Regulatios still have it at 1 for the American river
    https://map.dfg.ca.gov/sportfishingregs/#skip-to-regs
    Last edited by stefanoflo; 05-01-2019 at 08:35 AM.

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    River salmon limit

    Any word on the daily bag limit for the Sac this year?..is it gonna stay at 1/day?

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