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|Posted: Thu Jan 4th, 2007 12:01 pm||
|Mac n Cheese has a good point. I've tried to look up the regulations and this is the most I've found.
"Underwater fishing is limited to five fish per day, using rubber band or spring type harpoons, and only while skindiving."
m-w.com defines "skindiving" as
: the sport of swimming under water with a face mask and flippers and especially without a portable breathing device
I aggree that the regulations are a little vague.
One more question on this subject. What about octopus? As a "skindiver" am I allowed to take octopus? I know what it says about finned fish in the regulations, but it doesn't fall into the abalone, lobster, shrimp, clams, cabrilla, totuava, oysters, and sea turtles which is prohibited. Just curious.
Last edited on Thu Jan 4th, 2007 04:28 pm by ahi_hunter