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Angling Tags

Snagging Paddlefish | Tagging Study | Angling Tags | Paddlefish Permits | Archery Paddlefish | Paddlefish Application Dates |

Major changes in how both the archery and snagging paddlefish seasons were made in 1997.  The paddlefish is a limited and precious resources, and it is important that the harvest be closely regulated.  However, past management methods did not produce quality fishing. 

A tag will be required for both archers and snaggers who want to harvest a paddlefish. It is important to remember that one person can have no more than two tags for the archery season and two for the snagging season, or a total of four tags.

  • Tags are non-transferable
  • Tags must be in your possession while actively pursuing a paddlefish
  • Tags must be immediately attached to the dorsal fin of a harvested paddlefish

To apply for a paddlefish tag, the archer or snagger must fill out an application. An angler may only apply once during each application period.  Anglers who did not have a tag the previous year will receive preference over those who did.  Two anglers can apply for buddy permits by including all applications in the same envelope and marking the appropriate box on the application.

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