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July 16, 2014 10:21 AM

Wilson on Outdoors: Catching Limits from Different Waters on the Same Day

Question: I enjoy your weekly newspaper columns, and now I have a question I hope you can answer. When fishing for striped bass at a local lake where there is a 10-fish limit with no size restriction, what happens if on the way home I stop at the Delta to fish for catfish and a wildlife officer checks me out and I have 10 striped bass already? How do I prove I caught them at, say, New Hogan Lake several miles away and not the Delta?

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