Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-6541 Page: 3 of 5
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F notable, W . Maldridge page
repeal Chapter 213, Rouse bill Uo. 654, Regular
Session, 48th Legislature, or regulations mad
thereunder to govern the taking of fish in Lake
Texama, which is the body of water Impounded by
the dam at Denison, Texas.' (Emphasis ours)
Artileas951 and 952L-w , as amended in 1941, read
respectively as follows:
S'Art. 951, Marsh and April closed to seines and
"it sall be unlawful for any person to eatch
any fish in the fresh waters of this State, with
any seine or.not other than ainnow seine, not ex-
ceeding twenty feet in length, or to drag any seine,
except such specified minnow seine, or to set any
net, in the fresh waters of this State during the
months of March and April, or to fish with any
artificial bait of any kand In the fresh waters
of this State during the months of March ant April.
SAy person violating any of th proviatons of this
Article shall be deoaed guilty of a aiademeanor
and shall be upon conviction fined a sum of not
less than twenty ($80.00) dollars nor more than
one hundred ($100.00) dollars. This article shall
not apply to any artificial lake, pond or pool,
owned by any person, first, corporation, oity or
town, that does not have as its source of water
supply a river or oreek or is not subjeoot to over
flow from a river or oreek'
*Art. 952Lt*V. Regulaftine fishing in Disait ad
Secion'l, Any and all persons shall be pere
fitted to take or oa-th eskers, buffalo, oarp,
shad, or gar during the months of July, August,
September, and October in a.y of the fresh water
of Boa Qo, Dinit j'avala, Media, Ual s, De*Wtt,
Brown, kanlton, Caryoll Gonzales, Laar, 8ell,
C1ilin, rayson, Gillespji, Kentall, Mesard, Eiable,
Mills, Jefferson, Blasoo, Llano, Mason, ocOullooh,
san Saba, Cooks, Penton, Orange, Mitohsll, Fisher,
Nolan, Chambers, Travis, ardin, Laapasas, Fannin,
Burnet, Williamson, and Iarker Vounties with a
seine or not, the meshes of which shall not be
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Texas. Attorney-General's Office. Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-6541, text, 1945; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth263819/m1/3/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.