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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Agency 20. Marine Resources Commission

Chapter 252.
Pertaining to Atlantic Striped Bass
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Section 10
Section 20
Section 30
General prohibitions and requirements
Section 40
Section 50
Concerning recreational fishing: general
Section 55
Section 60
Section 70
Section 80
Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries spring/summer striped bass recreational fishery
Section 85
Section 90
Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries fall striped bass recreational fishery
Section 100
Potomac River tributaries summer/fall striped bass recreational fishery
Section 110
Coastal area striped bass recreational fishery
Section 115
Section 120
Concerning commercial fishing: general
Section 130
Entry limits, permits, and reports
Section 135
Gill net mesh size and tending restrictions: exemptions
Section 140
Commercial seasons, areas, and size limits
Section 150
Individual commercial harvest quota
Section 155
Individual transferable shares monitoring and penalties
Section 160
Individual transferable shares; tagging
Section 170
Aquaculture of striped bass; permit required
Section 180
Section 190
Section 200
Section 210
Section 220
Section 230
FORMS (4VAC20-252)

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