Oregon Statutes - Chapter 509 - General Protective Regulations - Section 509.240 - Snagging nets during closed season allowed.

It is lawful to operate or use a net consisting of a single nylon or cotton web of a mesh not less than 14 inches, taut measure, hung or attached to not to exceed two lead lines combined and used as a single line and a single cork line, in any of the waters of this state, during any season or period closed to commercial fishing by law or by rule of the State Fish and Wildlife Commission, for the purpose of clearing away or removing snags or similar obstructions from gillnet drifts and other suitable or desirable fishing areas. [Amended by 1961 c.370 §1; 1965 c.570 §120]

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