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Old 03-10-2011, 08:35 PM   #1
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Size/limit cheat sheet?

Anyone know of a size/limit cheat sheet based on so cal inshore fish specifically? I wanted an easy reference besides the DFG PDF book.

Also, heading out to the Oceanside reefs in the morning (friday) if anyone wants to join me. Late notice I know.
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Old 03-13-2011, 10:31 AM   #2
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COPIED FROM BLOODYDECKS
http://www.bloodydecks.com/forums/ca...alifornia.html

this is from 2008 might want to double check regs for (edited)2011/12 out march 1 2011



F&G code 27.60 General limit: allowed only 20 fish total per day with not more than 10 of any one speices.



California Halibut
Limit: Five
Minimum Size: 22"

Barracuda
Limit: 10
Minimum Size: 28"

California Sheephead
Open Season: Mar-Dec 360' of water or less
Limit: 5
Minimum Size: 12"

Ling
Open Season: Apr-Nov 360' of water or less
Limit: 2
Minimum size: 24"

Cabezon
Open Season: Mar-Dec 360' or less
Limit: 1 also counts twards the total bag limit of 10 rockfish
15" minimum

Bass(calico, sand and spotted bay)
Limit: 10 total of any combination
Minimun Size: 12"

Bonito
Limit: 10
Minimun Size: 24" fork length or 5lbs. but 5 my be less than 24" or 5lbs.

Albacore
Limit: 10 in addition to the general bag limit, that means 20 fish+10 albies
Minimum Size: none

bluefin tuna
Limit: 10 in addition to the general bag limit
Min. Size: none

Yellowfin Tuna
Limit: 10 these do apply to the general bag limit

Bigeye Tuna
Limit: 10 these do apply to the general bag limit

White Seabass
Limit 1 from mar 15-jun 15, 3 from jun16-mar14
Minimum Size: 28"

Yellowtail
Limit: 10
Minimum Size: 24" fork length, 5 may be less.

Swordfish
Limit: 2

Mako
Limit: 2

Thresher
Limit:2

Marlin
Limit: 1

Sculpin
Limit: 5
Min. Size: 10"
Open season: Jan-Feb 0-240' of water, Mar-Dec 0-360' of water.

Rockfish
Limit: 10, only 1 Bocaccio.
Min. size: none, except Bocaccio(salmon grouper) must be 10"
open season: Mar-Dec 0-360' of water

can only use one rod with 2 hooks or less when rockfishing

Leopard Sharks
Limit: 3
Minimum Size: 36"
Open Season: Mar-Dec 0-360', open all year in mission and SD bays.

Ocean Whitefish
Limit: 10
no size limit
Open Season: Mar-Dec 0-360'

sand dabs
no limit, does not count toward general bag limit.

Barred surf perch
Limit: 10

the following fish are not specifically noted in regs and fall under the general bag limit 10 of any one fish with no size limit.
Dorado
All Croaker (yellowfin, spotfin etc.)
Corvina
Corbina
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Old 04-16-2011, 08:40 AM   #3
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thought i would update my last post to more current regs


Current California Ocean Recreational Fishing Regulations


Southern Management Area: 34°27 N. Latitude (Point Conception, Santa Barbara County) to the U.S. Mexico Border

(Includes a portion of Santa Barbara County, and all of Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties)
This summary of current regulations was updated on April 14, 2011.

Click on a fishery below for more detailed information.

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Old 12-25-2016, 11:35 PM   #4
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Here's the size/limit cheat sheet you are looking for

http://626friend.com/fishing/califor...ng-cheat-sheet

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Thanks for sharing...

Save this on my home screen saves on trying to Google somethings on the water....like take on Bonito for lobster bait. My luck a game warden will be at lunching ramp waiting to check me.
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Old 12-26-2016, 09:33 AM   #6
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This is what I have posted at the Cabrillo Mole landing in Catalina. It is mostly for the fish that are common there.





NOTE: NO HOOP NETTING ALLOWED
FISH SPECIES NUMBER AND SIZE LIMITS:
(1) The following species do not have a size or number limit (but please take only what you can use): Pacific mackerel, jack mackerel or smelt. Sec. (27.60)
(2) All other fish species are limited to a combined total of (20) fish. Within the overall (20) fish limit are the following limits for individual species:
Barracuda—(10) fish with a 28” minimum length. Sec. (28.25)
Bass—All species combined, no more than (5) fish and all must be at least 14”in length. Sec. (28.30)
Blacksmith—(10) fish with no minimum length. Sec. (27.60)
Bonito—(10) fish but only (5) can be kept under 24” in length. Sec. (28.32)
Cabezon—(10) fish with a 15” minimum length. Sec. (28.28)
California scorpion fish (Sculpin)—(5) fish with a 10” minimum length. Sec. (28.54 )
California sheephead—(5) fish with a 12”minimum length. Sec. (28.26)
Halfmoon (often called Catalina blue perch)—(10) fish with no minimum length. (27.60)
Kelpfish—(10) fish with no minimum length. Sec. (27.60)
Ocean whitefish—(10) fish with no minimum length. Sec. (27.60)
Opaleye—(10) fish with no minimum length. Sec. (27.60)
Perch—(10) fish of any species with no minimum length. Sec. (27.60)
Rockfish (combined species)—(10) fish with no minimum length. Sec. (28.55)
Rock wrasse—(10) fish with no minimum length. Sec. (27.60)
Senorita—(10) fish with no minimum length. Sec. (27.60)
Yellowtail—(10) fish but only (5) can be kept under 24” in length. Sec. (28.37)
GARIBALDI IS ILLEGAL TO KEEP AND MUST BE RELEASED UNHARMED IMMEDIATELY. Sec. (28.05, 28.90, 28.95)
For more information consult the yearly handout by the Dept. of Fish and Wildlife.
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