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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 23, FISH AND GAME, WILD BIRDS AND ANIMALS

    Chapter 5: Open season for certain fish; penalty

      Section: 23:5-10: Trout, perch, pickerel, bass, crappie or salmon; limit

           No person shall take, catch or kill in one day more than the number of trout, pike perch, pickerel, rock bass, crappie, calico bass, salmon, black bass or Oswego bass permitted by the respective provisions of the State Fish and Game Code, or, in the absence of any such provision in said code, more than ten trout, ten pike perch, ten pickerel, twenty rock bass, twenty in the aggregate of crappie and calico bass, ten salmon or ten in the aggregate of black bass and Oswego bass, and under no circumstances shall any person take, catch or kill in any one day more than the number of fish, commonly classed as fresh water game and food fish, permitted by the provisions of the State Fish and Game Code, or, in the absence of such provision in said code, more than twenty-five in the aggregate of fish commonly classed as fresh water game and food fish, under a penalty of twenty dollars ($20.00) for each fish so taken, caught or killed in excess of the number permitted by the respective provisions of said code, or, in the absence of any such provision in said code, in excess of the number permitted by this section.

Amended 1939, c.327, s.3; 1948, c. 448, p. 1823, s. 70, eff. April 1, 1949.



This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:48.






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