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Probably a Stupid Question

2009/3/6 19:21
From Chadds Ford, PA
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Do you need a trout stamp on a Class A stream that isn't stocked?

Posted on: 2013/6/10 20:06

Re: Probably a Stupid Question

2011/3/23 22:10
From Delaware River
Posts: 495
Right from PFBC:
"5. When is a Trout/Salmon Permit required?
A current Pennsylvania trout/salmon permit is required to fish for trout or salmon in Pennsylvania waters. An angler “fishes for trout or salmon” when he or she:
Takes, kills, or possesses, while in the act of fishing, a trout or salmon from any PA or boundary waters.
Fishes in waters under special trout-salmon regulations....view trout special regulation areas.
Fishes in any Class A Wild Trout Waters or Wilderness Trout Streams or their tributaries....view Class A wild trout waters, or view Wilderness Trout streams.
Fishes in streams and rivers designated as approved trout waters on March 1 through May 31....view approved trout waters."

If you don't read all that it basically says you need one.

Posted on: 2013/6/10 20:46
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