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Posted by: Elway4lyfe
Posted on: 12/18/19 at 10:06:10
I can live with that because the people keeping das don't care what the limits are any ways nobody's going to go out and catch more now because of those limits I think. Hopefully the result is negligible.
Posted by: Rodney H
Posted on: 12/18/19 at 05:53:27
If you don't get the WDFW emails, here is the short of it.

The commission supported WDFW's recommendation and adopted "Option B2", which includes changes to size and daily limits of largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, and walleye in 77 lakes around the state:

Largemouth bass: Change from 5 to a 10-fish daily limit; only one fish may be over 17 inches.

Smallmouth bass: Change from 10 to a 15-fish daily limit; only one fish may be over 14 inches.

Channel catfish: Change from a 5 to a 10-fish daily limit.
Walleye: Change from 8 to a 16-fish daily limit; only one fish may be over 22 inches.