Sportsmens Report
November 21, 2019

Sportsman’s Report: Tune up your tackle boxes

The bait and tackle shops are advising fishermen to stay by the fire and tune up their tackle boxes. 

 
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Sportsman’s Report: Crab regulations update and bay area fishing

The most recent changes to crab season are aimed at the commercial fishing trade. There are no recent changes in the local recreational fishing regulations. The local (Mendocino south to Monterey Counties) commercial crab fishing season was delayed until Nov. 22 baring high levels of domoic acid, a serious natural toxin that eventually dissipates to safe levels. For more information go to:  www.wildlife.ca.gov/crabs

Sportman’s report: Tucson plan to explore

Going on right now is the amazing rock, gem and mineral show/sale in Quartzite, Az.