Daily Fishing Limits


  • Black Crappie and White Crappie (combined total): 50
  • Bluegill and Green Sunfish (combined total): 50
  • Bonneville Cisco: 30
  • Bullhead: 24
  • Burbot: No Limit
    • Reminder: Do not release any burbot. All caught burbot must be immediately killed.
  • Channel Catfish: 8
  • Community Fisheries:
    • Limit includes most species. Release any tiger muskellunge caught. Encouraged to release all largemouth bass. Limit: 2
  • Crayfish: No Limit
    • Reminder: Bait use permitted for crayfish in waters where bait use is prohibited for fish, provided no hooks are attached.
  • Kokanee Salmon:
    • Part of the total trout limit. See trout limit next column.
  • Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass (combined total): 6
  • Nongame Species (except prohibited fish): No Limit
  • Northern Pike: 20, only 1 over 36 inches
  • Roundtail Chub:
    • New this year: Limited catch allowed on specific waters; check Rules for specific waters for details. Limit: 2
  • Sacramento Perch: 10
  • Striped Bass: No Limit
  • Tiger Muskellunge: 1 over 40 inches
  • Trout, Kokanee Salmon, and Arctic Grayling (combined total): 4
    • Note: Kokanee salmon not permitted statewide from Sept. 10 through Nov. 30.
  • Walleye: 10, only 1 over 24 inches
  • Whitefish: 10
  • White Bass: No Limit
  • Wiper: 3
  • Yellow Perch: 50

Be aware of specific bag or size restrictions on certain waters. Check Rules for specific waters for exceptions.

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