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Anglers 15 and younger may fish the park pond without a trout stamp, but the daily creel limit is 2 trout per day.
This is crucial to generating solid statistics on fishing pressure and extrapolating total harvest in conjunction with the agency's standardized creel surveys conducted at some of those ramps on other days.
Binion said the completion of the South Shore Unit ramp falls at a fortunate time, coinciding with the bi-annual creel survey at Choke Canyon Reservoir.
Instead, the department was told to conduct more intensive creel surveys through the year to ensure black rockfish quotas aren't exceeded.
Based on 2015's harvest numbers, a creel reduction from 25 to 15 would drop harvest by just slightly more than one speckled per angler per year.
For holding your cooler and fishing creel, there’s a molded cargo tray that doubles the size of previous units by extending all the way to the rear seatback.
At its center, the harbor sprawls out into an expanse of warehouses, trucks, cars, medium-size trawlers, and squat creel boats loaded with brown crab.
There’s also batik bedding from India, colorful saris and leather and woven cotton satchels that resemble a traditional creel — a portable wicker basket fly-fisherman once used to store their catch.
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Origin and Etymology of creel
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of creel
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Definition of creel for English Language Learners
: a basket that is used for carrying fish that have just been caught
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