Nongame Fish - Snagging/Grabbing, Temporary Overflow
Jan 01 2020 to Dec 31 2020
Sunrise to sunset
Applies to snagging/grabbing in bodies of water produced by the temporary overflow of a river or ditch.
Daily limit: 20 Possession limit: 40, except on the Mississippi River which has a daily and possession limit of 100.
The daily limit is the combined total of all nongame species taken by bow, crossbow, gig, atlatl, snagging, grabbing, snaring, or underwater spear.
On the Current River from Cedar Grove downstream to the Arkansas line, only 5 hogsuckers may be included in a daily limit.
On Lake of the Ozarks and it tributaries, Osage River below U.S. Highway 54, and Truman Lake and its tributaries, gigging, snaring, and snagging for any species is not allowed after taking and possessing the daily limit of 2 paddlefish.
Goldfish, bighead carp, common carp, grass carp, and silver carp may be possessed in any number and do not count in the daily or possession limit.
Bighead carp, common carp, grass carp, and silver carp that jump from the water into a boat or onto land may also be taken and possessed in any number.
Bowfin must remain whole and intact while on state waters or adjacent banks.