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Subject to the limits and methods designated in subsection (a) below, and unless otherwise posted, Kansas law shall govern the taking of fish and frogs from District Facilities. For the purpose of interpretation of this Code, the words “fishing” and “frogging” shall be deemed synonymous wherever used.
In addition to the State of Kansas licensing requirements, a valid District Fishing Permit shall be required for all persons fishing upon or within any District Facility who are 16 years of age and older, except that residents of Johnson County, Kansas who are 65 years of age and older shall not be required to obtain a District Fishing Permit. Persons who are required to have said Permits shall have them in their possession while engaged in fishing or in possession of fish while within the boundaries of any District Facility.
All persons, regardless of age, while fishing for trout shall have in their possession a valid District Trout Fishing Permit, in addition to any required District Fishing Permit and Kansas Fishing License.
Fishing and boating shall be prohibited at irrigation lakes within all District Facility golf courses. Persons who hold a valid District Fishing Permit may fish District golf course irrigation lakes that are accessible from adjoining parkland shoreline, but may not enter uponthe golf course property while fishing.