Night Diving for Scallops?
Question: Is it legal to dive for scallops at night? I have found in the regulations where it says that clams may not be taken at night but I cannot find regulations that apply to scallops. Can you help?
Answer: Yes, you may dive for scallops at night. The restriction on digging for clams at night does not apply in this situation. The regulations you are looking for are covered under the General Invertebrate provisions in the California Code of Regulations, Title 14, section 29.05, which states in part, “Except as otherwise provided in this article there are no closed hours for any invertebrate.”
The annual Tour de Manure Metric Century in Sierra Valley spins into its fourth year Saturday, June 16. The tour welcomes all people looking for a bit of fun on a Saturday afternoon — not just cyclists, but also anyone who yearns for a delicious hot lunch, some foot-stomping tunes, and a browse along Sierraville’s commercial row — the Sierra Valley Feed Store and the Red Pony. This year, the finish line party will be bigger than ever.
“The finest gift you can give to any fisherman is to put a good fish back, and who knows if the fish that you caught isn't someone else's gift to you?” Lee Wulff
This past week I was able to take my kayak to one of our many small lakes for a morning of fishing.
Before headed out, I checked the Fish and Game web site to see if this lake was on the list of lakes still being stocked by DF&G. It turns out it is not.
The Feather River College men’s rodeo team once again captured first place overall in the West Coast Region this season, winning by a large margin over the other six schools.
Feather River finished with 6,032 total points in the men’s division. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and University of Nevada Las Vegas finished a distant second and third with 4,123 points and 4,106 points, respectively.
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