Hierarchy of Washington regulations?

DerekWhipple

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Fished a certain section of a certain river near a cliff named after a bird of prey. Lots of posted signs about said section being "catch and release". I caught a couple nice fat stockers which I would loved to have kept, but since the signs said "catch and release", I let them go. Later, I check my fish Washington App, and it says that only wild trout are catch and release. I checked the emergency regs website and saw nothing about said river. The regulations of this area have changed quite a bit in the last several years. Don't know what to believe.

Is the app really supposed to be up to date?
 

racermo

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The reg's on that stretch have changed significantly over the last several years. As I recall there is a date window involved. I'd trust the signs and the printed regulations. Haven't fished it in 6 or 7 years (or more).
 

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