Sec. 18-7. Fishing and hunting.

 

(a)   Fishing is permitted in Skyview Park lake and Ta-Ha-Zouka Park lake, subject to the general fishing regulations of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission or the city.  Hunting or the use of firearms, bow and arrow or other projectile devices are not permitted in the park.  The permission to fish may be revoked or partially revoked by management personnel, by posting appropriate signs.  It shall be unlawful to take, catch, kill, destroy or attempt to take or catch any fish by means other than two (2) lines or poles with no more than two (2) hooks per line or pole, while fishing in Skyview Park lake and Ta-Ha-Zouka Park lake; provided, however, that it shall be lawful to use not more than three (3) lines while fishing through the ice.

 

(b)   It shall be unlawful to attempt to take or catch any fish from Skyview Park lake and Ta-Ha-Zouka Park lake by snagging, spearing or gigging, use of bow and arrow, firearm, underwater spear fishing, dip nets or other nets of any type, explosives, chemicals, hand fishing or any method other than a hook and line as specified in subsection (a) above.  It shall be unlawful to use set lines and all lines must be attended while fishing in Skyview Park lake and Ta-Ha-Zouka Park lake.  All bass caught must be immediately returned to the water, except that one fish twenty-one (21) inches in length or longer may be kept in the daily bag.  State bag limits, possession limits and size limits shall apply on all other species of fish taken from Skyview Park lake and Ta-Ha-Zouka Park lake.

 

(c)   The city hereby delegates the enforcement of subsections 18-7 (a) and (b) to the Nebraska State Game and Parks Commission, with the power of said commission to cite violators of these sections for prosecution. 

 

Source:  Code 1962, 6-1-50, 9-10-2; Ord. No. 3208, 3, 4-16-84; Ord. No. 4570, 2, 2-19-02; Ord. No. 4789, 1, 04-04-05