1899 CO fishing regs grayling full article

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1899 CO fishing regs grayling full article - In-stead the for this. coni-. under our German...
In-stead the for this. coni-. under our German blow. the' For KMnhlng TrltU Esplo«i*v;a or Stupefyin-gr Snbs'\nnce» a. Pine .of From »5tH to *l,6pO, 6r-Iraprlson- .'. · men.t 'in the Terilte;ut,.ar'y. from Six MonrhB to'iSvo'Ycarii, or Botht --Orrtlnhry Vlelntious Cost 810 io .f.1OO \VHli" Ten Dajw to .Six . MontltH In Jnll. our and two PhiU . home to needs and ask their but favor German had a admiration. .all the tho per- re-' im- .party becom- repeat" Denver, April 38.--T. H.. rohnson,-the state game and .fish 'commissioner, is preparing .copies of the. Beaman law for the .pub: ic and expects to them ready for distribut.on In. a 'few days. . Judge Beaman, .author- of law,-has preparedia synopses which .s as follows: ' . ' ' : . Open. Seasons--Hornet: deer arid, antelope, August 15 to "November-5; elk, October 25 to November 25;'. turkeys, prairie chickens, sage 'chickens, and grouse,-August 15.-.o October 31;Jducks, geese, snipes, curlews,'brants; swans and cranes; September i'to April 15,.except in'regions over 7,000 feet above level, where open season begins Sep- 'tember 15; wild pigeons and doves; '15 to September 30; trpu't, whltefish, grayling, sunfish, bass; cattish and w.a.l^= : - 1 eyed pike, June 15. to October -31. '-. ' No open season on buffalo',- mountain sheep, quails, pheasants, · , partridges, ptarmigans or beaver, but this last provision does not protect beaver which ;ure canals .or dams. Natural e/viderice of sex on elk, deer -and antelope not be destroyed.- . · . V ; L.mit--Idling is a' lowed for food poses xDnly. No trout -less than eight Inches long may be caught. One is limited to 50 ducks and 25 other 20 rounds of trout a n d - 5 0 ot ner flsh'. n a "calendar da:y, and elk, one deer and one antelope, (or- /instead ..of one deer and .one ante.ope. deer or .two ante.ope) in one season^. person rnust have in his possession-at one time more than 100-ducks',. 50. birds and 70 pounds of fish. Possession' for five days after the close of the season is-allowed. Fish lawfully, taken-and not intended to be-'kept alive mus-; killed immediately. . . . ·"-.. 1 . Prohibited -- Shooting from .a puhlifc highway at. game. Hunting, witi or at night, or with steel or ed bullets, or with'arms other than ordinary shoulder gun or .pistol; .baiting r traps or devices with .game; fishing with explosives lor stupefying, '.sub-. stances, nets, seines, snag hooks* or- device (except rod held in. the hand and line w. th not more tian five or withrn 200.feet'pf fishway; f.oating .ties.and timber in fish streams; dispq- s.tlon of domest.c. game or fish taken .large except: by donation.' ' Provided,that dogs, sinks, blinds and decoys be used In hunting birds. Hunting on inclosed grounds and in licensed.private parks,: Jakes .and leased shooting; fishing grounds is permitted only'with tie consent of the o%vner. -.'. - ; v

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  1. The Weekly Gazette,
  2. 03 May 1899, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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