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Fishing License Information for Missouri

o fish in Missouri state waters, residents and non-residents of the state must possess a valid Missouri fishing license. There are exemptions from purchasing a license and all licenses are issued by the Missouri Department of Conservation.

Trout Limit Pennsylvania

The daily bag limit for a combination of any trout species in Pennsylvania is five fish during the regular season and three fish during the extended season in stocked trout waters. The minimum size limit for harvested trout is seven inches.

New Jersey Trout Limit

The daily bag limit in New Jersey for brown, brook, and rainbow trout and their hybrids is four fish from June 1 through March 20 and six fish from April 9 through May 31. All fish must measure at least nine inches in length.  

Connecticut Trout Limit

The daily bag limit in Connecticut of any species combination including brown, brook, rainbow, and their hybrids is five fish in ponds, streams, rivers, and lakes. In tidal waters and lower rivers, the daily bag limit for trout is two fish measuring at least fifteen inches in length. Special bag limits may apply to certain waters designated by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.

Trout Limit and More in Ohio

The daily bag limit for trout in Ohio is five fish whether from one or a combination of the five trout species. Ohio is home to lake, brook, rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout. There are special regulations for specific bodies of water that can be found in the Ohio Fishing Regulations 2022-2023.

Trout Limit in California  

The daily bag limit for trout caught in California waters is five fish with an additional ten brook trout allowed for harvesting. Certain bodies of water including Red Lake have specific trout regulations. Refer to the California Freshwater Sport Fishing Regulations manual for these details.

Trout Fishing Limit in Washington

The daily bag limit for trout in Washington is five fish per day. Only two of the trout daily catch can come from streams, rivers, or beaver ponds and must measure at least eight inches in length. There is no size restriction for trout from ponds, lakes, and reservoirs.

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