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  • Shoot - Navajo Nation Hunt
    immediately 5 Crayfish may be taken with hook and line one 1 dip net and one 1 wire basket not to exceed 24 inches in width or diameter 6 Ice fishing is permitted on all Navajo waters with the following restrictions Ice fishing holes shall not exceed eight 8 inches in diameter or eight 8 inches square 7 Artificial light is permitted as an aid in taking fish on all waters that are open to 24 hour fishing 8 Archery and gigging are permitted for taking of carp and suckers only The taking of other game fish by the use of archery and gigging is prohibited 9 Emergency public salvage If in the judgement of the Director Navajo Fish and Wildlife Department or his designee substantial number of fish in the Navajo waters are found to be in imminent danger of being lost notice will be given that fish may be lawfully taken by hand or with the aid of dips or any other method approved by the Director SPECIES PERMITTED TO BE TAKEN The following species may be taken under rules contained herein A Game fish Trout of all species bass of all species catfish of all species and northern pike Non game fish All the species of fish except game fish Crayfish and waterdogs It is unlawful to take any of the following Threatened and or Endangered fish species Bonytail Chub Colorado Squawfish Humpback Chub and Razorback Sucker Any of these species caught by any method must be returned to the water immediately 2 06 BAG AND POSSESSION LIMITS Bag Limit Is the maximum number of fish a person with a valid fishing permit may take into possession in one 1 day regardless of any disposition made of the fish during the day Possession Limit Is the maximum number of fish a person with a valid fishing permit may have in possession at any one time 1 Any fish caught and placed on a stringer or in a container and not returned to the water immediately will be counted as part of the bag and possession limits Any fish caught and returned to the water immediately will not be counted as part of the bag and possession limits 2 Persons under the age of twelve 12 are not required to have a fishing permit but may take only one half of the bag and possession limits if fishing without a permit They may take the full bag and possession limits if they purchase a fishing permit Game fish limits are SPECIES BAG LIMIT POSSESSION LIMIT All species of trout Eight 8 Eight 8 Rainbow Brown Brook Cutthroat Channel Catfish Eight 8 Eight 8 Bass Eight 8 Eight 8 Quality Bass Morgan Lake Four 4 Four 4 Non Game fish Bluegills sunfish bullheads crayfish and waterdogs have no bag or possession limits One water of the Navajo Nation has more restrictive bag or possession limits and that is Whiskey Lake All trout species Four 4 per day or in possession Morgan Lake quality bass fishing restrictions A Slot limit 12 17 inches B Four 4 Bass limit Waterdogs prohibited as bait 2 07 SEASON AND HOURS OF FISHING 1 All waters of the Navajo Nation that are managed for fishery are open to the taking of all species of aquatic wildlife day or night from January 1 and December 31 except as otherwise provided in this Regulation 2 Whiskey Lake Open season from May 1 through November 30 Lake is closed to fishing from December 1 through April 30 3 These waters are open to fishing 24 hours a day Antelope Asaayi Lake Trout Lake Aspen Lake Wheatfields Lake Berland Lake Whiskey Lake Chuska Lake White Mesa Lake Cow Springs Lake Round Rock Lake Ganado Lake Red Lake Many Farms Lake Tsaile Lake Morgan Lake San Juan River Cutter Dam Reservoir FISHING VIOLATIONS SPECIFICALLY PROHIBITED Unless otherwise prescribed by this Regulation or 17 N T C 500 of the Navajo Nation Code a person may not 1 Take or attempt to take any fish or aquatic wildlife by any means or device not permitted in these Regulations 2 Leave any fishing pole rod or line unattended Fish with more than one pole rod or line without a Second Rod Validation Transport any live fish or use live fish or minnows for bait Litter fishing and recreational areas Take or attempt to take any aquatic wildlife from a watercraft without securing a watercraft permit Abandon or permit to go to waste any edible portion of aquatic wildlife Take aquatic wildlife in excess of the bag or possession limit Possess any alcoholic beverages or liquor Cut or use any ice fishing hole larger than eight 8 inches in diameter or eight 8 inches square Have a fire on the ice unless it is enclosed in a container Intentionally interface with the lawful taking of wildlife by another Violate any provision of this Regulation or 17 N T C 500 of the Navajo Nation Code 3 00 WATERCRAFT REGULATIONS 3 01 General Boating A person may not operate or use a watercraft on the waters of the Navajo Nation unless such watercraft is six 6 feet or greater in length and capable of safety supporting two 2 or more persons in the normally dry condition Any watercraft with or without motor gas or electric may be used on the waters of the Navajo Nation except where restricted elsewhere in these Regulation and provided the craft is operated in a manner not to jeopardize the pleasure and safety of other persons using the same waters 3 02 PERMIT REQUIREMENTS A current and valid Navajo Nation watercraft permit and decal is required to operate any watercraft on the waters of the Navajo Nation The current decal shall be affixed to the forward end of the craft on the portside left as specified on the permit B The permit and decal shall be valid from January 1 through December 31 The operator of such watercraft

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/fish_reg.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Shoot - Navajo Nation Hunt
    Nation include mule deer rocky mountain elk Merriam s turkey pronghorn black bear desert bighorn sheep and mountain lion Game fish species include rainbow trout brown trout cutthroat trout an occasional brook trout largemouth bass northern pike and channel catfish Small game species include squirrel rabbits and prairie dogs Additional species that can be hunted with a small game permit include furbearers rodents starlings sparrows wild dogs and feral cats Furbearer species include coyote red and gray foxes bobcat beaver raccoon badger weasel muskrat and skunks Game bird species include waterfowl doves pigeons pheasant quail chukar partridge and shore birds Information about big game small game game bird hunting and trapping is available in the Annual Fall Big Game Hunting and Trapping Proclamation which is available on about May 1 of each year the 2014 15 Proclamation is now available for downloading Or to be placed on a mailing list to receive the Proclamation you can call 928 871 6451 at the beginning of each calendar year You may also view maps of each Big Game Hunting Unit from this site and read the verbal description of each unit in the Proclamation Information on Fishing Regulations is available General fishing

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/management.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Navajo Nation Fishing Lakes
    Navajo Nation Fishing Lakes Download Navajo Nation Fishing Lakes These files require Adobe Acrobat Reader

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/nnlakes.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • How's the Lake
    5 15 Cutter Fishing excellent 3 18 16 Stocked 6 600 5 RBT April 2016 Road to dam closed until 10 16 Ganado 4 10 16 Fishing excellent for bass and good for catfish Hidden Pond No fish Long Lake No fish Many Farms Stocked 3600 10 channel catfish on 7 21 15 Morgan 9 12 15 Fishing good for Largemouth bass Fishing good for channel catfish 8 500 CNC

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/fishlake.php (2016-05-01)
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  • Shoot - Navajo Nation Hunt
    Fish Gallery 1 Fish Gallery 2 Fish Gallery 3 Fish Gallery 4

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/fish_gall/fishfrenzy.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Shoot - Navajo Nation Hunt
    Gallery 1 Gallery 2 Gallery 3 Gallery 4 Gallery 5 2012 Gallery 2013 Gallery 2014 Gallery 2015 Gallery

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/deer_gall/loose/deer_gallery.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Shoot - Navajo Nation Hunt
    and Wildlife Administration provides assistance in Chapter Land use Planning to the 110 Chapters of the Navajo Nation especially through development of the Biological Resource Land Clearance Policies and Procedures We also review projects occurring on the Navajo Nation for

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/admin.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Land Use Planning
    Procedures formerly referred to as the BRLC The purpose of the RCP is to assist the Navajo Nation government and chapters ensure compliance with federal and Navajo laws which protect wildlife resources including plants and their habitat resulting in an expedited land use clearance process The NNDFW is established to conserve protect enhance and restore the Navajo Nation s fish wildlife plants and their habitat through aggressive management programs for the spiritual cultural and material benefit of present and future generations of the Navajo Nation After years of research and study the NNDFW has identified and mapped wildlife habitat and sensitive areas that cover the entire Navajo Nation RCP Overview Search RCP by Chapter The RCP Policies and Procedures will help direct development to areas where impacts to wildlife and or their habitat will be less significant Development includes but is not limited to human activities that result in permanent structures temporary long term or repetitive disturbance to wildlife or habitat as defined by Navajo Nation Code 17 NNC 500 et Seq This should increase certainty in planning and implementation of projects while ensuring the perpetuation of wildlife resources for present and future generations The entire Navajo Nation has been

    Original URL path: http://www.nndfw.org/clup.htm (2016-05-01)
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