The daily bag limit for trout in South Dakota is five fish. This includes any combination of brown, brook, rainbow, splake, lake trout, and salmon. Most of the trout species are restricted to a pocket on the western side of the state or in the Missouri River.
The daily bag limit for brown, brook, and rainbow trout for Vermont streams and rivers is eight fish, and for ponds and lakes is six fish. Harvest of more than five fish per species is prohibited. The daily bag limit for lake trout in combination with landlocked salmon is two fish.
The Massachusetts trout daily limit for any combination of brown, tiger, brook, and rainbow trout is eight fish from April to mid-September. But, it is three fish from mid-September through March. Only three of the daily limit can be harvested from ponds, lakes, or major rivers. Only one trout measuring at least twenty inches in…
The daily bag limit in Iowa for trout is five fish. Trout harvested in Spring Branch and brown trout harvested from parts of Bloody Run Creek must measure at least fourteen inches in length. Certain streams are only catch-and-release so no trout may be harvested from these.
Georgia waters are home to three freshwater trout species and their hybrids. Anglers may harvest up to eight of these fish per day. Speckled trout have a higher daily bag limit at fifteen fish per day. Certain waters have a lower daily bag limit than the statewide limit for freshwater trout.
The Idaho daily bag limit for trout is six fish. In some regions, there are strict regulations on how many of those trout can be cutthroat trout. For trout harvested in the Clearwater Region, the daily bag limit is two fish measuring less than forty inches in length.
The catch limit for trout in North Carolina is four fish per day in public mountains and wild trout waters and seven fish per day in undesignated trout waters and those supported by hatcheries. The minimum total length limit of wild trout waters is seven inches while there is no length restriction for the other harvestable trout waters.
The daily limit for harvesting trout in Arkansas is five fish with no more than two from each of the following species: cutthroat, brown, and brook. The daily limit encompasses any combination of the available trout species to catch which includes brook, brown, rainbow, and cutthroat.
The daily bag limit for trout caught in Utah state waters is four fish. This includes a combination of trout, grayling, and salmon. There are certain state waters that allow for possession of extra brook trout.
The daily bag limit for all trout species caught in Maryland state waters is two fish. For Put-and-Take areas, the daily bag limit is five trout except for brook trout which cannot be retained at all. There are also designated Catch-and-Return areas from which no trout can be harvested.