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Bunch of Changes from TPWD #12704390
04/05/18 05:23 PM
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Re: Bunch of Changes from TPWD [Re: fouzman] #12704411
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"rules for the 2018-19 fiscal year"

So when does that begin? I might have just missed it in the article.


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Re: Bunch of Changes from TPWD [Re: fouzman] #12704412
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Good Info. Thank you sir.

Re: Bunch of Changes from TPWD [Re: fouzman] #12704429
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Fiscal year for tpwd goes September 1st - August 31st

Re: Bunch of Changes from TPWD [Re: fouzman] #12704441
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Fishing pressure just increased on Fayette County. The move from 14 to 16 will likely lead to more tournaments.

Re: Bunch of Changes from TPWD [Re: fouzman] #12704473
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I just don't understand why lakes like Ivie and Alan Henry restrict you to 2 fish under 18", but have no restrictions on fish over 18".

I mean it is a good thing for tournament fishing, but IMO it seems backwards. Seems to me it encourages people to keep larger fish. I'm surely not going to bring home only 2 fish to filet, and I won't bring home a fish over 18 either.

Not sure about Ivie, but I believe Alan Henry could certainly benefit by more smaller spots seeing the electric knife.

Re: Bunch of Changes from TPWD [Re: fouzman] #12704619
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This will change up the tournaments on Grapevine a little... only allowed to keep 2 Largemouth under 18" with no minimum length. In order to weigh a 5 bass limit of largemouth you will have to bring in at least 3 fish 18" or over to the scales.





Re: Bunch of Changes from TPWD [Re: buda13] #12704626
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Originally Posted By: buda13
This will change up the tournaments on Grapevine a little... only allowed to keep 2 Largemouth under 18" with no minimum length. In order to weigh a 5 bass limit of largemouth you will have to bring in at least 3 fish 18" or over to the scales.


What's the current rules on grapevine?


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Re: Bunch of Changes from TPWD [Re: Brent S] #12704651
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The current rule on Grapevine are as follows;

Largemouth: Under 14" or over 18" (slot)
Smallmouth: 14" or over
Spotted Bass: No size limit




Originally Posted By: Brent S
Originally Posted By: buda13
This will change up the tournaments on Grapevine a little... only allowed to keep 2 Largemouth under 18" with no minimum length. In order to weigh a 5 bass limit of largemouth you will have to bring in at least 3 fish 18" or over to the scales.


What's the current rules on grapevine?


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