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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation and Natural Resources
Agency 15. Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
Chapter 350. Fish: Gigs, Grab Hooks, Trotlines, Snares, Etc
1/29/2020

4VAC15-350-30. Gigs, Grab Hooks, Etc.; Certain Counties West of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Except as otherwise provided by local legislation, it shall be lawful to take nongame fish (daily creel (possession) and length limits for nongame fish are found in 4VAC15-320-25) in the daytime by snagging, grabbing, snaring, gigging, and with a striking iron from April 1 through May 15, both dates inclusive, and October 1 through November 30, both dates inclusive, in the following waters: Buchanan County, all waters except Dismal River; Grayson County, New River; Lee County, Powell River; Russell County, Clinch River; Scott County, Clinch River and its tributaries; Tazewell County, Dry Run Creek; Washington County, Middle and South Forks of the Holston River; Wise County, Clinch River. The bag limit for taking suckers or red horse provided for in this section shall be 20 per day.

Statutory Authority

§§ 29.1-103, 29.1-501 and 29.1-502 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR325-03-4 § 3, eff. July 1, 1988; amended, Volume 19, Issue 05, eff. January 1, 2003; Volume 24, Issue 10, eff. January 1, 2008.

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