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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Agency 15. Department of Wildlife Resources

Chapter 320.
Fish: Fishing Generally
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Section 10
Continuous open season for all species except anadromous (coastal) striped bass above the fall line in coastal rivers of the Chesapeake Bay
Section 20
Section 25
Creel and length limits
Section 30
Section 40
Sale of game fish, yellow perch, white perch, gizzard shad, carp, gar, and catfish
Section 50
Fish used as bait prohibited in certain waters
Section 60
Approval required to stock fish into inland waters
Section 70
Use of certain mechanical devices in tail waters of Kerr Dam
Section 80
Fishing, collecting bait, etc., in tail waters of Leesville Dam
Section 90
Exception to requirement of national forest permit
Section 100
Department-owned or department-controlled lakes, ponds, streams, boat access sites, or hatcheries
Section 110
Section 120
Special daily permit for fishing in Clinch Mountain Wildlife Management Area, Douthat State Park Lake, Crooked Creek, and Wilson Creek
Section 130
Section 140
Section 150
Shooting certain fish in Clinch River in Scott County
Section 160
Altering of game fish in possession prohibited
Section 170
FORMS (4VAC15-320)

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