- Mar 8, 2004
well, we were both partially wrong. I'm just glad we got enough clarification that we can give recommendations for people to not get in any trouble.
cuttlegirl;129291 said:When I lived in California, I had a Scientific Collectors' permit, if you need help filling out the paperwork, let me know, it is not that hard.
Never mind, you must be affiliated with a scientific organization, or a teacher...
It is true that there aren't many DFG Game Wardens, and they tend to spend their time in higher traffic areas like boat launch ramps. That being said, I've been approached by game wardens in some extremely remote areas, so you just never know. They keep the fines high ($1000 ?) to make up for the fact that you are unlikely to get caught.lilalancarey;149841 said:whos really going to catch you doing this ? dont law officials have better things to do than catch cephalopod hobbyists? lol