Thanks, Found it. So it looks like if I want to clean fish at the lake , I had best out in at one of the parks with a cleaning station. Wife is not too keen with my cleaning them at home. I’d like to put in at a more convent ramp but don’t want to break the law.
In order to verify length and species, a fish caught may not have the head or tail removed and may not be filleted until an angler finally lands the catch on the mainland, a peninsula, or barrier island not including jetties or piers and does not transport the catch by boat. For broadbill swordfish and king mackerel, the head or tail may be removed but the remainder of the carcass must remain intact and may not be filleted. For sharks, only the head may be removed. The remainder of the carcass (including the tail) must remain intact and may not be filleted.