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Should bottled fish count in the possession limit? More importantly - does anybody still bottle fish?

Published November 13, 2013 2:22 pm
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Some interesting regulations were passed, or ignored, by the Utah Wildlife Board Thursday when the 2014 Fishing Guide and Rule Book was approved. But it seems like the more interesting debate is still to be developed. Should bottled fish count in a possession limit? The bigger question is - does anybody still bottle fish? Here's the story from the meeting.






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