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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 5C Should anglers Accidental catch Question: I fly fish for calico bass using barbless hooks in the kelp beds off Catalina Island and the coast, and it&apos;s all strictly catch and release. Garibaldi are abundant in this habitat and are very aggressive. When I can see them I can usually avoid catching them. However, rarely one will take my fly inadvertently. Since they are only lightly hooked through the lip, they survive the accidental catch and release. However, it is illegal to "take" garibaldi. Is this considered illegal ff caught by accident and then released? How can one avoid catching them? --Rick B. Answer: No, it is not considered an illegal action to accidentally catch a prohibited species as long as it is immediately released back into the waters it came release species, caught by accident? CALIFORNIA OUTDOORS CARRIE WILSON California Dept. of Fish & Wildlife from. Intentionally targeting a prohibited species ts illegal, but you do not seem to be doing that. As for how to avoid catching them, that's a tricky question. About the only thing you can try would be to use a larger hook (that the garibaldi might have problems taking into their small mouths), but fly-fishing generally doesn't allow for use of larger hooks. You may need to employ a bit of ingenuity to figure out how to reduce the number of garibaldi you end up hooking. Disabled access Question: I have always enjoyed duck hunting but now after several orthopedic surgeries on my hips and knees, I have considerable difficulty in walking. In the outdoors I must use a staff and can go about 100 yards on a level surface before resting. I am not currently confined to the use of a walker, crutches or a wheelchair; however, in the light of my walking disability, would I be eligible to apply for a disabled access hunting site? I have a permanent disabled person parking card and I hold a lifetime license. -- Vivian N. Marysville Answer: Yes, you qualify because you possess a permanent disabled parking placard. To hunt at a disabled accessible hunting site, you must have one of the following: --A permanent disabled parking placard, and the paperwork from the Department of Motor Vehicles showing that the placard was issued to you. ---A disabled veteran license plate and the paperwork from the Department of Motor Vehicles showing that the plate was issued to you. ---A mobility impaired disabled persons motor vehicle hunting license. Carrie Wilson is a marine environmental scientist with the California Department ofFish and Wildlife. While she cannot personally answer everyone's questions, she will select a few to answer each week in this column. Contact her at QUINCY, from page 3C Woodlee also went a little farther than usual in announcing not just one "player of the game" but four of them after the win over Biggs. "We had four student-athletes who stood out above the others," Woodlee said. "Brady Rick, Tyler Hartline, D.J. Davis and Erik Schwartz all earned a 4.0 grade-point average for the first semester. They also combined for 42 points, 29 rebounds, 15 assists, 13 steals and four blocks, proving they can get it done both in the class and on the court." The Trojans, now 2-0 in league and 12-6 overall, will face Fall River on the road and Esparto at home before heading to Greenville for a nonleague mashup with the Indians on Feb. 4. Portola 69, Maxwell 62 Port01a junior Juan Rodriguez may be a tough man for any team to face this year; the 6-foot-2 forward has consistently scored in double digits against Tigers opponents this season -- and last week's matchup with Maxwell was no exception as he put up 23 points in a 69-62 win. In addition to holding down the lead in Scoring, Rodriguez also nailed down a double-double with 19 rebounds and had four assists, three steals and three blocks. As usual, Evan Leal and • Chris Avalos were also in double scoring digits for the Tigers, with 12 and 11, respectively. Leal recorded a double-double as well with 12 rebounds. The win gives Portola a 2-0 record in league and a 9-6 record so far this season. The Tigers will host Biggs on Friday night. Tip-off is set for 6:30 p.m. n &Service Morgan Stantey l/ Leah Schug Financial Advisor 1/+78 Stone Point Drive, 5th Floor RoseviLLe, California 95661 ' (8/+/+) 367-5200 CA Insurance Lic. #OC38863 © 201# Morgan StanLey Smith Barney LLC. 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