2020 LDWF Recreational Fishing Regulations - Page 38



SALTWATER FISHING
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AMBERJACK
All recreational anglers, including those not normally required to have a fishing license, and
charter captains must obtain a Recreational Offshore Landing Permit to possess amberjacks.
Anglers on a paid for-hire trip (if the licensed charter guide on board has a valid Charter
Recreational Offshore Landing Permit) and anglers 15 years of age or younger are not required
to have the permit (see pages 10 & 28 for details).
The recreational greater amberjack season is open May 1-31. There is a fixed closed season from
June 1 - July 31. The season reopens Aug. 1 - Oct. 31, or until the annual quota is met or projected
to be met. For more information, go to www.wlf.louisiana.gov/news/41987 OR sero.nmfs.noaa.
gov/fishery_bulletins/2018/021/index.html.
DON’T
LITTER
SPORTSMEN ARE REMINDED TO:

Clean out truck beds and refrain from throwing cigarette butts or other
trash out of the car or watercraft.

Carry a litterbag in your car or boat.

Securely cover trash containers to prevent animals from spreading litter.
Call the state’s “Litterbug Hotline” to report any potential littering
violations including dumpsites and littering in public.
Those convicted of littering face hefty fines and litter abatement work.
(Littering is a violation of L.R.S.30:2531 et seq.)
1-888-LITRBUG
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2019 Louisiana Fishing Regulations

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