Proposed Regulation Would Put Limits on Carp at Lady Bird Lake


Proposed Regulation Would Put Limits on Carp at Lady Bird Lake

There is a proposed regulation by Texas Parks & Wildlife Department that anglers fishing Lady Bird Lake (formerly Town Lake) in Austin would be allowed to retain only one common carp 33-inches or larger per day, but there would be no limit on common carp measuring less than 33-inches in length.

This proposed rule change would promote carp as an untapped fishing opportunity, particularly for bank fishing in an urban area.

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