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I was just checking the regs and the way I read it the limit is 10 fish on the Dorado.

The regs does not say a limit so I assume it falls under all other species not listed which the limit is 10 fish.

I have also hear no limit on the Dorado but it is not listed that way in the dfg regs.

If anyone know for sure please post up?

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i read it the same way roger did. 10 on the dorado. as far as i could see, no size limit to them.

yellowtail are different. i'm 95% sure you can keep 10, but 5 (or more) have to be more than 24 inches. check the regs on that one to be sure though.

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>thanks this helps that is what i have heard but wanted to
>make sure.. is there a size limit?

there is no size limit on Dorado and for Yellows its 10 fish limit qith a 24inch fork length but the first 5 fish tey can be any length on the Yellows.


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The reality? What would you do with 10 dorado for one angler? It doesn't freeze well, and that's more meat than any family could eat for a long time. The good news is, from most of the reports I heard and seen, that the majority of the fish being caught are the bulls.
 

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good point...If...IF i was lucky enough to get on a bite that yielded ten fish, i would with out dought toss back at least five.....and most likely give away two of the five I kept..you are right...a 10 pound Dodo will feed my family of five (really four, as my youngest is only 4 months :) ), three full meals....
 
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