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Posted by Lisa on March 21, 2002 at 14:16:12:
In Reply to: From what I remember from reading the posted by Todd Evans on March 21, 2002 at 12:01:09:
No, that's not right... Some species, agreeed, you can collect and keep more than two, but it is only "usable species" like bullfrogs (bait & froglegs) and snappers (turtle soup).
Ironically the info is on the PHS webpage, and it should be on ours too...
Yes, you can collect 2 per day, but the possession limit is only 2.
What don't you think we should keep any of in captivity - snappers, or PA herps?
You should be able to keep both - especially if people can keep giant pythons, and venomous stuff! :P (just kidding!)
: PA Fishing manuel (the one you get with your license) There is no limit of MOST animals. Take the black rat.....you can "collect 2 per day" but it doesn't say how many you can keep at one time. Now, endangered threatened or spceies of concern are a whole different ball game. The copperhead, you can only "posess" 2, the timber, you must have a permit enabling you co collect and keep 1 per permit....the eastern massasauga, if you're even lucky enough to see one is strictly hand off (from ANY state) I do remember some regulations about turtles, the common snapper in particular. But for the most part, you can collect 2 specimencs every day and technically keep hundreds if you like (according to the law, I don't think you should keep ANY in captivity)
: Anyway, that's what I remember, maybe Lisa can prove me wrong if she finds her link.