23:9-5. Game, bait and food fish defined
As used in this article:
"Game fish" means black bass or small-mouth bass; large-mouth bass, otherwise called Oswego or yellow bass; strawberry or calico bass; rock bass, otherwise known as redeye or goggle-eye; white bass; crappie; pike perch, otherwise called wall-eyed pike or Susquehanna salmon; pike; pickerel; char, commonly called brook or speckled trout, or any form of trout.
"Bait fish" means all species of minnows, killifishes and stone catfish.
"Food fish" means all other species or varieties of fish whatsoever.
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