"Application for American Eel Pot Permit - Personal Use (7 - Elpp)" - Virginia

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VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE RESOURCES
APPLICATION FOR AMERICAN EEL POT PERMIT –PERSONAL USE
(7 – ELPP)
Under Authority of §29.1-412 and §29.1-416 of the Code of Virginia, 4 VAC-340- 40)
Permit Period is July 1
st
through June 30
th
(or part thereof)
NON-REFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEE: $17.50
PERMIT:
NEW
RENEWAL
Previous Permit Number:
If not a Virginia resident, a Non-Resident Harvester’s License (at a cost of $350.00) is required in addition to
Personal Use Eel Pot permit.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PERMIT IS VALID ONLY IN THE NORTH LANDING RIVER AND BACK
BAY and their tributaries, as described in H below.
American Eels harvested with this permit may not be bartered or sold under any circumstances.
Name of Applicant
Address
City
State
Zip
Date of Birth
Last 4 of SSN
Last 4 of Driver’s Lic#
Email
Home Phone
Work or Cell Phone
_
Send this application and a check or money order made payable to: TREASURER OF VIRGINIA for $17.50. If
you are not a Virginia resident and do not already have a Non-Resident Harvester’s License, you will need to
purchase that permit separately.
Applicant’s Signature
Date
By my signature above, I hereby certify that all entries made on this application are true and complete, and I
agree and understand that any falsification of information herein, regardless of time of discovery, may result in
denial or revocation of my permit. In addition, I agree to all conditions carried by this permit.
Completed applications may be mailed to: Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, Permits Section, P. O.
Box 3337, Henrico, VA 23228
TYPED SIGNATURE IS AUTHORIZED AND BINDING PER CODE OF VIRGINIA §59.1 CHAPTER 42.1 ET SEQ.
9/29/2020
VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE RESOURCES
APPLICATION FOR AMERICAN EEL POT PERMIT –PERSONAL USE
(7 – ELPP)
Under Authority of §29.1-412 and §29.1-416 of the Code of Virginia, 4 VAC-340- 40)
Permit Period is July 1
st
through June 30
th
(or part thereof)
NON-REFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEE: $17.50
PERMIT:
NEW
RENEWAL
Previous Permit Number:
If not a Virginia resident, a Non-Resident Harvester’s License (at a cost of $350.00) is required in addition to
Personal Use Eel Pot permit.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PERMIT IS VALID ONLY IN THE NORTH LANDING RIVER AND BACK
BAY and their tributaries, as described in H below.
American Eels harvested with this permit may not be bartered or sold under any circumstances.
Name of Applicant
Address
City
State
Zip
Date of Birth
Last 4 of SSN
Last 4 of Driver’s Lic#
Email
Home Phone
Work or Cell Phone
_
Send this application and a check or money order made payable to: TREASURER OF VIRGINIA for $17.50. If
you are not a Virginia resident and do not already have a Non-Resident Harvester’s License, you will need to
purchase that permit separately.
Applicant’s Signature
Date
By my signature above, I hereby certify that all entries made on this application are true and complete, and I
agree and understand that any falsification of information herein, regardless of time of discovery, may result in
denial or revocation of my permit. In addition, I agree to all conditions carried by this permit.
Completed applications may be mailed to: Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, Permits Section, P. O.
Box 3337, Henrico, VA 23228
TYPED SIGNATURE IS AUTHORIZED AND BINDING PER CODE OF VIRGINIA §59.1 CHAPTER 42.1 ET SEQ.
9/29/2020
PERMIT CONDITIONS OF AMERICAN EEL POT PERMIT (PERSONAL
USE / NOT FOR SALE)
A. The Director may issue, deny, modify, suspend, or revoke annual eel pot permits for personal
use. Such permits shall authorize the taking of American eels for personal use only (not for
sale) with eel pots from waters designated in this section. Such permits shall be valid so long
as the harvest of eels in the Commonwealth is not prohibited by other state or federal, law or
regulation.
B. It shall be unlawful for a permit holder to possess elvers. It shall be unlawful for permit
holders fishing eel pots to take any species other than American eels. For the purposes of
this permit, the term “elver” shall mean any American eel of less than six inches in total
length.
C. Eels harvested with a “Personal Use/Not For Sale” American eel permit may not be bartered
or sold under any circumstances.
D. It shall be unlawful to place, set or fish any eel pot which has a mesh less than 1/2- inch by
1/2- inch. It shall be unlawful to place, set or fish any eel pot unless such pot contains at least
one unrestricted 4-inch by 4-inch escape panel of 1/2-inch by 1-inch mesh.
E. It shall be unlawful for the permit holder to place, set or fish more than five (5) eel pots.
F. Buoys for all “Personal Use/Not For Sale” eel pots must be permanently marked with the
permit holder’s last name and the last four digits of the permit holder’s social security
number.
G. American eels may be taken with eel pots in Back Bay and its natural tributaries (not including
Lake Tecumseh and Red Wing Lake), and North Landing River and its natural tributaries
from the North Carolina line to the Great Bridge locks.
H. It shall be unlawful for any permit holder to possess more than fifty (50) eels daily. When
fishing from a boat or vessel where the entire catch is held in a common hold or container,
the daily possession limit shall be for the boat or vessel and shall be equal to the number
of permit holders on board multiplied by fifty (50). The captain or operator of the boat or
vessel shall be responsible for any boat or vessel possession limit. Any eel taken after the
daily possession limit has been reached shall be returned to the water immediately.
Possession of any quantity of eel which exceeds the daily possession limit described in this
subsection of this section shall be presumed to be for commercial purposes.
9/29/2020
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