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The 2014 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Guide is now available!
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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

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The following water bodies have regulations that differ from statewide regulations for one or more species of fish. Anglers should keep in mind that municipalities, national wildlife refuges and the Chickasaw National Recreation Area (Lake Arbuckle) have the authority to set fishing regulations on waters in their jurisdiction that may differ from either the statewide regulations listed in the General Regulations section or the individual lake regulations listed below.

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Camp Gruber JMTC

For information on fishing opportunities, open dates and areas, as well as other regulations pertaining to Camp Gruber Joint Maneuver Training Center, contact Oklahoma Army National Guard online at ok.ngb.army.mil/CGTS/ or call the voice phone system at (918) 549-6041.

Ponds and creeks within the following Wildlife Department Management Areas:

Atoka, Beaver River, Gary Sherrer, Cherokee, Cookson, Ellis Co., Ft. Gibson, James Collins, Robert S. Kerr WMA, Lexington, Okmulgee (except in Deep Fork River), Pushmataha, Robbers Cave, Sandy Sanders and Stringtown

Daily/Size Limits: Largemouth and smallmouth bass; six combined per day/14-inch minimum. Channel and/or blue catfish; six combined per day/only one blue catfish over 30 inches.

Ponds and creeks within either the Honobia Creek or Three Rivers Wildlife Management Areas

Special Permits: All resident anglers age 18 (by Dec. 31 of the previous calendar year) to 63, and all non-resident anglers regardless of age must possess the Land Access Permit to either fish and/or hunt on either the Honobia Creek or Three Rivers Wildlife Management Areas. For additional Honobia/Three Rivers WMA regulations see the “Oklahoma Hunting” guide (regulations).

Ponds and creeks within other Dept. of Wildlife Management Areas not listed above

Daily/Size Limits: Channel and/or blue catfish; six combined per day/only one blue catfish over 30 inches.

Oklahoma State Park Ponds

Daily/Size Limits: Channel and/or blue catfish; six combined per day/only one blue catfish over 30 inches.

Wichita Mountains. NWR lakes (except Elmer Thomas)

Daily/Size Limits: Channel and/or blue catfish; six combined per day/only one blue catfish over 30 inches.

Methods: Fishing limited to rod and reel only. No other method of fishing allowed.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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