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This Guide contains a summary of the laws and regulations in place as of September 1, 2011. Any changes in law or regulation enacted after September 1 are publicized through releases to the news media, town clerk’s offices, all license sales outlets, and on our website. These are not the complete laws and regulations. Laws and regulations (MGL Ch. 131 and 321 CMR) are subject to change.

 

New for 2012:

  • Lead fishing sinkers and jigs less than 1 ounce are prohibited in all inland waters of the Commonwealth effective January 1, 2012.
  • Break-action muzzleloaders now legal for deer hunting during primitive firearms deer season.
  • Special turkey permit issued for 12-14 year olds participating in the Youth Turkey Hunt now valid for entire season.
  • Resident Minor Freshwater Fishing License (ages 15-17) is Free!

 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

DEVAL L. PATRICK, Governor

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

Richard K. Sullivan Jr., Secretary

Department of Fish and Game

Mary B. Griffin, Commissioner

Division of Fisheries & Wildlife

Wayne F. MacCallum, Director

FISHERIES & WILDLIFE BOARD

George L. Darey, Chair (Lenox)
Fred Winthrop (Ipswich)
John F Creedon, Esq. (Brockton)
Joseph S. Larson, Ph.D. (Pelham)
Bonita J. Booth (Spencer)
Michael P. Roche (Orange)
Brandi Van Roo, Ph.D. (Douglas)

NATURAL HERITAGE & ENDANGERED SPECIES ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Kathleen S. Anderson, Chair (Middleborough)
Marilyn J. Flor (Rockport)
Joseph S. Larson, Ph.D. (Pelham)
Mark Mello (South Dartmouth)
Glenn Motzkin (Shutesbury)
Thomas J. Rawinski (Oakham)
Johnathan A. Shaw (Sandwich)

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

William E. Brumback (Framingham)
Andy Finton (Boston)
Timothy Flanagan (Lenox)
Wayne R. Petersen (Hanson)
Mark Pokras (North Grafton)
Bryan Windmiller (Concord)

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