Harvest Fly Fishing Only
Fishing may be done with artificial flies and streamers constructed
of natural or synthetic materials, so long as all flies are constructed
in a normal fashion on a single hook with components wound on or about
the hook. Specifically prohibited are the use of molded facsimiles or
replicas of insects, earthworms, fish eggs, fish or any invertebrate
or vertebrate either singly or in combination with the other materials.
Likewise prohibited are other lures commonly described as spinners,
spoons, or plugs made of metals, plastic, wood, rubber or like substance
or a combination thereof.
must be done with tackle limited to fly rods, fly reels and fly line
with a maximum of 18 feet in leader materials or monofilament line attached.
Spinning, spincast and casting rods and reels are prohibited.
use or possession of any natural bait, baitfish, fishbait or the use
of any other device, natural or synthetic, capable of catching fish
other than artificial flies and streamers is prohibited.
to fishing the year-round (no closed season). € Fishing Hours: One hour
before sunrise to one hour after sunset.
Minimum Size: Nine (9) inches, caught on or in possession on, the waters
under regulation from one hour before sunrise on June 15 to one hour
after sunset on Labor Day.
Daily creel limit: Three combined species from one hour before sunrise
on June 15 to one hour after sunset on Labor Day, caught on or in possession
on the waters under these regulations. From the day after Labor Day
until one hour before sunrise on June 15, the daily creel limit is zero.
Taking of baitfish or fishbait is prohibited.
A current trout/salmon permit is required.