Thanks Chuck

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Posted by Elaine on November 10, 2005 at 19:14:58:

In Reply to: Re: What is the legal status of that activity? posted by Chuck Tribolet on November 10, 2005 at 18:53:23:

As you know, I'm not into seafood. When I go to the California DFG website to look something up I find it a little confusing. I get lost in Which Reg Book? Oh, I see supplements - is it in there? A quick search of the regulation document that I think is the right one for sea cucumbers came up with nothing.

At the invertebrate section I found the following:

(1) Except where prohibited within state marine reserves, state marine parks, state
marine conservation areas, or other special closures only the following may be taken:
red abalone, limpets, moon snails, turban snails, chiones, clams, cockles, mussels,
rock scallops, native oysters, octopuses, squid, crabs, lobsters, shrimp, sand dollars,
sea urchins and worms except that no worms may be taken in any mussel bed, unless
taken incidental to the harvesting of mussels

PS: It would really be nice if they could make the regulations more user friendly. If I just read this paragraph alone, I wouldn't even read into it that you have to have a lisense to take the things on the list if I were totally clueless.

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