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Discussion in 'Questions about MI Hunting/Fishing Law' started by Zkovach1175, Mar 26, 2018.
so my son is six and doesn’t need a liscense but does he count as a fisherman’s limit?
Michigan Fishing Guide, Page 6
If you are under 17, you may fish without a license, but you are required to observe all fishing rules and regulations.
So he can take a limit of fish underage is my question. I understand he doesn’t need a license.
"you are required to observe all fishing rules and regulations."
One of the fishing rules includes creel limits, so yes, he may possess his own limit.
Ok I appreciate it. Just want to make sure we’re legal. Thank u
Roger that. Have fun!!
Post a pic or two of your son with his catch.
As long as he is catching his own fish.
He’s all man. LOL he can handle a rod pretty well considering his fishing name is captain SNAG!
Me and my 5 yo were checked by a co and had a two person limit of fish. This was on the St clair river and he asked how I was fishing. I responded with trolling bottom bouncers. He asked if she was holding the rod. No I said they go in rod holders. My daughter gets many fishing days with me so I had no concerns of her ability to show him but he never asked. FYI he did say sometimes he hears jigging and finds that hard to believe.
We gonna troll for rainbows first so he will definatley have the ability. Hell he reeled in a small coho on a charter last year.
I believe if you are fishing inncanadian waters a minor without a license catch counts toward a license holders catch.
Granddaughter can handle anything
Thanks, now I can't see the picture?