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Be an Ethical Angler
Ethical Anglers:
BulletKnow and obey the fishing regulations.
BulletKeep only the fish they can use and release all others.
BulletPass on the tradition by taking a child fishing.
BulletLeave a place cleaner than it was found.
BulletDo not transfer fish or plants between bodies of water
BulletReport violations andpollution.
BulletDo not litter!
BulletDispose of fishing lineproperly.
BulletDo not tresspass.
BulletAre courteous of others.
BulletLend a helping hand.
Trip Check List
BulletEach person onboard a boat must have a readily accessible U.S.
BulletCarry your current license and boat registration with you.
BulletCheck your boat’s trailer and navigation lights, and fuel before leaving home.
BulletCarry a first aid kit, insect repellent, sunscreen, extra clothing, food and drinking water.
BulletBe aware of and abide by all fishing regulations.
BulletTell someone where you are going and when you expect to return.
Bullet Boats with enclosed areas that may trap gas or vapors are required to be equipped with a USCG approved fire extinguisher.
BulletCoast Guard (USCG) approved Type I, II, III or V (hybrid) personal floatation device (life jacket) in good condition (no rips/tears). Type V (hybrid) devices are acceptable only when worn and securely fastened. Each vessel, except for Class A vessels, canoes and kayaks, must be equipped with at least one type IV (throwable) device. All children under age 10 must wear an appropriately sized USCG approved life jacket while on a moving boat, whether it is by drifting, sailing or mechanical power.
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