Fish­ing Reg­u­la­tions

Saltwater Sportsman - - Top Shot -

Mex­ico al­lows a daily bag of 10 fish per per­son, with no more than five of a sin­gle species, ex­cept for gi­ant sea bass (which counts as five to­ward the limit of 10) and any bill­fish or shark (only one of each is al­lowed). For bluefin tuna, do­rado and Gulf grouper, two of each is al­lowed per day, but those two count as five to­ward the 10-fish limit. For more, visit sport­fishin­gin mex­ico.com/rules. Mex­ico im­poses no size lim­its, but once you come back across the bor­der by wa­ter or land, Cal­i­for­nia bag and size lim­its ap­ply. So sheep­head, of­ten caught while tar­get­ing rock­fish, must be 12 inches, ling­cod must be at least 22 inches, and you’re only al­lowed two in Cal­i­for­nia. You can­not pos­sess any rock­fish pro­tected in Cal­i­for­nia such as cow­cod and yel­low­eye. Cal­i­for­nia DFW re­quires you to com­plete a Dec­la­ra­tion/ Im­por­ta­tion of Fish and Wildlife when bring­ing fish from a for­eign coun­try. To ac­cess a form and learn more, visit wildlife.ca.gov/ En­force­ment/ En­try-dec­la­ra­tion.

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