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What are the requiremetns? I know thw limit is 7 per person. So wwhat or how do you do a full night? Does your daily bag limit start at 2400 or is it by trip? Example, if I launch at say 1800, limit out, can I get another limit after midnight? We have been launching @ 0100, but I want to start launching earlier.....
 

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Each calendar day consists of 1-day.
That is my understanding.
The way to maximize it is . . .
File a multi-day permit, and you can't do this when fishing inshore.
Head to Catalina at NOON from wherever, after filing the multi-day permit.
Come back the following day at NOON.
12 hours each day is the minimum time to have for that to count as 1-day.
NOON to NOON is the way to go.

On another note you could probably get a limit before midnight
and head back out after midnight technically to get another one,
but I'd be careful attempting too many trips in too short of time.
I've seen guys watched very closely by the DGF for heading out
too many times in a 12 hour period.

John.
Parker 2320 'FloMar'.
 

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John,

If the limit is 7 per person how can one have more than that.

Wouldn't you get cited for having more than your limit even if you had a multi day permit?


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I've been checked at the dock before with 2 days of Lobster limits.
As long as the multi-day exists people will file for them and use them.
I've also used it for certain species of fish over the years, and I've
never had a problem and believe me I've been checked many times before.
The whole idea of the multi-day permit is to allow fisherman to go
offshore and stay for a few days, and at the same time maximize their
yield and bring home multiple days limits of certain species of fish
and/or Lobster. The same could be said for WSB (3 per day), Halibut
(5 per day), Yellowtail (10 per day), etc. Guys file for the above
species all the time and go get multiple days worth of fish.

You might want to ask the DFG Danny.

Multi-day permits are not applicable when fishing inshore!

John.
Parker 2320 'FloMar'.
 
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