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PostPosted: Sat Dec 04, 2010 6:37 pm 
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They appear to be prohibited currently, but things are changing.
Permit is needed for commercial aquaculture:
http://ag.utah.gov/licensing/documents/aq_COR_app.pdf
It is unclear what is required for personal use.

Also see
Utah Aquaculture Association
Mark Leavitt / Esther Williams
3700 E. Glenwood Road
Richfield, UT 84701
Tel: (801) 836-2485; Fax: (801) 836-2489

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 04, 2010 6:49 pm 
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Permit is required for tilapia- all species.
http://www.ndow.org/law/licenses/pdf/ap ... tation.pdf

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Permit required for all species
http://www.dfw.state.or.us/oars/56.pdf

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Permit is required
http://www.mdac.state.ms.us/n_library/a ... vities.pdf

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Permit required. No on-line form
See http://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/permits
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Tilapia Holder

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It appears that a permit is required for aquaculture:
http://www.cf.adfg.state.ak.us/geninfo/ ... 5AAC41.pdf
I could locate no list of restricted species.

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NO PERMIT REQUIRED for closed recirculating systems or fish tanks.


This is not correct according to the drones at the DFG. Even tho the Tilapia are NOT on the invasive species list, and are not on any other list, the DFG tried to close down my fish business because they claimed that I needed a permit from them, which they will not issue for an "invasive species" such as Tilapia. I spent a couple of days at the local law library, and in the law, as opposed to the Administrative Rules, there is a paragraph that says, in essence, that the DFG has no authority to regulate any tropical fish that is grown or bred in an aquarium, inside a home, office or building. I haven't heard from them since I sent them a copy of the Revised Statutes - the law!

That is why I encourage all of my customers to go get the law themselves ..... don't look at the "ARs," which are made up by the drones at DFG, but if you look at the law that was passed by the legislature (the Revised Statutes), you may find that the ARs don't always follow the law as much as the drones would like you to think they do!

I want to stress, that in Montana, the DFG DOES have jurisdiction over any fish grown and bred outside .... even in a "goldfish pond! ...... so don't grow or breed any fish outside in Montana without a permit from the DFG!!

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 1:48 am 
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badflash wrote:

First off WOW I can post
That is only for the aquaculture license
You then have to deal with these guys and they think of them as an invasive species .

If you will be culturing species that are not native to Texas, contact Texas Parks & Wildlife Department at (512) 389-8037 for exotic species permit requirements
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nv required proof that the prohibited species can not in anyway have access to storm systems or natural water ways. a $500 commercial license is required after acceptance of proof, this is an annual fee.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 12:20 pm 
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Jackalope wrote:
I want to stress, that in Montana, the DFG DOES have jurisdiction over any fish grown and bred outside .... even in a "goldfish pond! ...... so don't grow or breed any fish outside in Montana without a permit from the DFG!!


I've updated the Montana section with the statutes and species list.

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