Lower Saluda River Coldwater Trout Regulations Public Comment
The current regulation is no more than five total combined, per person, per day of brook, brown or rainbow trout. Only one fish can be greater than 16 inches. No bait or tackle restrictions. Fish must be landed with head and tail intact.
The proposed regulation would establish a special management zone for all coldwater trout. The special management zone would establish a catch-and-release-only zone between the eastbound lanes of Interstate 26 and Stacey's Ledge, an approximate 1.3-mile stretch of river.
Regulations will remain unchanged in all other waters of the Lower Saluda River.
All meetings are scheduled from 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.
|Tuesday, February 13||Saluda River Club||
Chickawa Outdoor Center
|Thursday, February 15||Saluda Shoals||
Main auditorium at the Environmental Education Center
|Thursday, February 1||West Columbia Community Center||754 B Ave., West Columbia|