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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation and Natural Resources
Agency 15. Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
8/5/2020

Chapter 350. Fish: Gigs, Grab Hooks, Trotlines, Snares, EtcRead Chapter

Section 10
Gigs, grab hooks, etc.; generally
Section 20
Gigs, grab hooks, etc.; certain counties east of the Blue Ridge Mountains
Section 30
Gigs, grab hooks, etc.; certain counties west of the Blue Ridge Mountains
Section 40
Fish: Gigs, grab hooks, etc.; Wolf and Big Walker's creeks in Giles County
Section 50
Gigs, grab hooks, etc.; Walker's Creek, Wolf Creek and north fork of Holston River in Bland County
Section 60
Trotlines, juglines, or set poles
Section 70
Taking of fish with bow and arrow or crossbow
Section 80
[Repealed]

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