New steelhead rules explained

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  1. sdkidaho

    sdkidaho Decoy, Gun Dog, Christian, Idaho, Montana/Wyoming Moderator Flyway Manager

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    Clearwater River Basin which includes the Mainstem Clearwater, North Fork Clearwater, Middle Fork Clearwater and South Fork Clearwater

    Limits:

    1. Bag (Daily): Two (2) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead, none over 28 inches in total length
    2. Possession: Six (6) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead, none over 28 inches in total length
    3. Season, statewide: No person may take more than twenty (20) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead statewide during 2017 steelhead seasons occurring from October 15 to December 31, 2017.
    Salmon River

    Limits:

    1. Bag (Daily): Two (2) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead
    2. Possession: Six (6) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead
    3. Season, statewide: No person may take more than twenty (20) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead statewide during 2017 steelhead seasons occurring from October 15 to December 31, 2017.
    Snake River from the Washington/Idaho state line upstream to Couse Creek Boat Ramp at river mile 156.6 (approximately 17 miles upstream of the ID/WA border).

    Limits:

    1. Bag (Daily): Two (2) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead, none over 28 inches in total length
    2. Possession: Six (6) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead, none over 28 inches in total length
    3. Season, statewide: No person may take more than twenty (20) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead statewide during 2017 steelhead seasons occurring from October 15 to December 31, 2017.

    Snake River from Couse Creek Boat Ramp upstream to Hells Canyon Dam

    Limits:

    1. Bag (Daily): Two (2) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead
    2. Possession: Six (6) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead
    3. Season, statewide: No person may take more than twenty (20) adipose fin-clipped Steelhead statewide during 2017 steelhead seasons occurring from October 15 to December 31, 2017.


      https://idfg.idaho.gov/blog/2017/10/new-steelhead-rules-explained
     

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