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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 13, 2012 5B fish limi , stamp , sta , and n ts CALIFORNIA OUTDOORS CARRIE WILSON California Dept. of Fish & Game CaIOutdoors@dfg.ca.gov Crew fishing limits Question: A SOuthern California fishing website posted about an angler catch- ing three white sea bass, and there's a photograph clearly showing the angler in posses- sion of three white sea bass. The story goes on to say the angler gave two away to other fishermen. Since the limit on this particular species is one, I am wonder- ing if the angler is in viola- tion. The captain of the boat said the anglers catch was legal because, he said, after limits have been reached by the passengers, it is permissible for them to keep fishing and catch the crew's limit offish. Is this true? --Curtis F. Answer: If the angler was fishing on a commercial passenger fishing vessel, or party boat, and she gave the fish to other anglers who had not riffled their limits prior to exiting the boat, she was not in violation. Regarding the crew's limit, the captain was wrong. Passengers can- not legally catch fish under the limits allowed for the cap- tain and crew. The captain and crew must keep their fish separate from fish caught by passengers. The regulation on this reads: "The vessel operator(s) and crew members are not passengers and maynot take fish towards obtaining boat limits for passengers except for casting, setting, hunter and am trying to ordinances and any restric- trolling gear, gaffing or make sure I am doing things ti6ns with the netting fish, but may take correctly. What are the appropriate federal agencies. fish during a fishing trip for regulations for trail cameras their personal use only. Ves- and tree stands on Bureau of Stamp for juvenile angler sel operator(s) and crew Land Management and na- Question: Can you tell me members may assist passen- tional forest lands? As far as what the law is concerning a gers in other big game goes, I only archery person under the age of 16 activities including, but not hunt. I have never bagged who does not require a limited to, obtaining bait, anything so was just making fishing license? Are they chumming, baiting and sure I don't do anything, allowed to use two rods while untangling hooks and lines, wrong. Also, what about the fishing? identifying, dispatching, climbing spikes or ladders Floyd B. filleting, counting, bagging for tree stands? Answer: Every person 16 and otherwise handling fish --Anonymous years of age or older must taken by passengers. Upon Answer: There are no laws have a valid fishing license completion of a fishing trip, prohibiting the use of trail in possession in order to fish the vessel operator(s) and cameras or tree stands in or take fish (FGC section crew members may only pos- California. Similarly, DFG7145(a). For those under 16 sessfish that are part of their regulations do not prohibit years of age, no fishing li- own personal bag limit not to the use of tree spikes or lad- cense or second rod stamp is exceed authorized sport ders. However, federal land required. fishing daily bag and agencies or local ordinances possession limits. (California may prohibit climbing spikes Bucks and Bulls contest Code of Regulations Title 14, because of the potential for Question: My company section 195 (e)(1)) damage to the tree's cambi- would like tohave a contest um layer, which in turn called Bucks and Bulls in one Trail cameras, tree stands can lead to disease. You of our Cfilifornia locations. Question: I am a new deer should check local The contest would be open to all legally harvested deer and elk taken in California in 2012 and broken into various categories such as youth, women, archery, etc. Awards would be given to the largest buck and bull in each category. Is this sort o.f contest legal in California and can you point me in the right direction to re- search the laws and regula- tions? --Brian N. Answer: It is generally illegal to offer a prize for taking game, but there is an exception in Fish and Game Code section 2003(d) allowing for contests where the total value of all prizes is less than $500. Carrie Wilson is a marine biol~t wi~ the CalForn& D a mezlt of F~h and Game She will ~ a few questions to answer ea~ w~. Con~ her a t CalOu tdoors@dfg, ca.gov. June is Great Outdoors Hiking is an effective work- Month, an opportunity to out and gives you a chance to enjoy and explore nature, slow down and enjoy nature. What better way to appreci- Biking: Hit the open road ate the outdoors than camp- on a bicycle. It's a great way ing or tal ing a trip to the to burn calories, tone mus- cabin? A camping excursion cles, and fit in a cardio work- is a time to relax and have out. Remember to wear a hel- fun, but it's also important to met! maintain healthy eating Swimming: Swimming is habits and take advantage of a full-body workout. It's easy the activities that can be en- on your joints, raises your joyed outside. TOPS Club Inc. heart rate and is refreshing (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), on a hot day. the nonprofit weight-loss Canoeing or kayaking: support organization, offers This is a great opportunity to tips for a healthy, safe camp- get on the water and use your ingtrip, upper body strength. Not only does it work muscles Stay active and raise a person's heart It's nice to unwind bylying rate, but it can also be a on the pier to soak up the sun peaceful activity. or taking a boat ride around Volleyball: If you're near the lake, but it's also fun to a beach or have enough space get moving during the trip. at the campsite, get a group Hiking: Campers can of people together for a few enjoy the scenery and burn rounds of volleyball. calories at the same time. Ge0caching: This is an ~, . ~ ~, .~,-~!,. =~ outdoor scavenger hunt that uses a GPS and coordinates to locate a cache that others have hidden, including trin- kets, amazing views and oth- er objects. It's a chance to connect with nature and is fun for the whole family. Eat well Before a camping trip, create a menu for the week. Planning meals ahead of time allows you to stay on track with healthy eating habits. Breakfast: Oatmeal and fresh fruit are great options for a sensible breakfast. Try making scrambled eggs over the campfire with a cast iron skillet. Snacks: Pack celery, carrots, apples, oranges, grapes or nuts as snacks. Choose foods that are easy to carry on a hike or store at your campsite. Protein: Prepare lean in CalFire reminds residents CalFire encourages resi- make sure the fire doesn't be- that the time is fast approach- dents to continue working to come the neighbor's problem ing when dooryard burning create 100 feet of defensible or a risk to the wildland. will be banned within space around their homes Know the Weather conditions Lassen, Modoc and Plumas and if there is a need to burn, and burn yard debris only counties. The ban will go into to obtain a burn permit and " when conditions are safe. effect midnight June 30 andcomplete burning prior to Ju- Keep a shovel and hose or a will continue until formally ly 1. water source nearby and nev- cancelled by CalFire. Take some simple steps toer leave a fire unattended. Q Sponsor a Tee: $50 (Provld~ logo to PLUMA$CJ~R:IRC.COM BY :TUNE lst) Q Count me/us in for golf:. $85 x ( ) [~ Not avaihble to golf, but can give: $ Non-golfer dinr~r/ $12 x ( ) - CASA Court Appoioled Speclol Advocotes ,FOR OHILDREN PLUHA$ CASA Group leader: (If you have more than one foursome, please submit a separate NAME OF GROUP LEADER: page for each. Thank you. EMAI~ PHONE NUMBER: ADDRESS: Player #1 : Player #2: Player #3: Pl~er #4: FOR SPONSORS AND PLAYERS Dress code: Collared shirt & no denim. CASA asks that this be a smoke free event. All donors will be recognized at the tournament and in press coverage following. If you have questions, please contact: Joelle Breazier, (530) 283-2227 or info@plumascasa.org ram= ==a y==, to: Ruma= P.O. Box 18(X), Quincy, CA 95971 . s- a : To send an advertisement: mail@plumasnews.com meats for lunch and dinner sunscreen and reapply often. --chicken, fish, turkey dogs, Dress to protect. A wide- beef labeled "choice" or brimmed hat is ideal to pro- "select," or buffalo burgers, tect areas that are exposed to Fresh produce: Watermel- the sun, including your ears, on, berries and apples are eyes, forehead, nose and great summer selections. Pre- scalp. Wear UV-blocking sun- pare fresh vegetables -- corn, glasses to protect your eyes. peppers, onions, etc. -- over Look for a label that indi- the campfire by placing them cates that they block 99 to 100 in a foil packet and nestling it percent of UVA and UVB ra- into the coals (this can also diation. Wear lightweight be done with potatoes, chick- cotton clothing to cover up en or fish), your body without overheat- ing. Seek shade or avoid Be safe direct sunlight during the Sun matters: Avoid the hottest part of the day, usual- damaging effects of the sun ly between.10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and the issues caused by Find a shade tree or relax un- excessive heat, such as heat der an awning. stroke. Lather up with a First aid and emergency thick layer, about a shot glass supplies: Consider compil- full, of broad-spectrum sun- ing a kit containing ban- screen with a sun protection dages, tweezers, ibuprofen factor (SPF) of at least 30. The and other medications like higher the SPF, the more sun allergy relief or antacid, protection you will receive, flashlight, antibiotic cream, Generously apply the scissors, batteries, compass or GPS, oral antihistamine, tissues, ice pack and insect repellent containing DEET. Hydration: Don't wait until you're thirsty to drink water. Signs of dehydrhtion include dizziness, confusion, headaches, loss of energy, dry skin, rapid pulse, sticky saliva and dark urine. Limit your consumption of alcoholic beverages and sugary soft drinks to help avoid dehydration. TOPS Club Inc. is the origi- nal weight-loss support and wellness education orga- nization. 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