It's Time to Renew Your Fishing Permits for Lake Robinson and Lake Cunningham

December, 26 2018 | Community News

Boating and Fishing Permit Fees: 

BOAT PERMITS

A. DAILY PERMITS For Boats without Motors and Boats with Motors up to 10 HP $5.00

B. SEASON PERMITS (Per Calendar Year) For Boats without Motors and Boats with Motors up to 10 HP Motorized $55.00, Non-motorized $30.00

 

FISHING PERMITS (Per Calendar Year)

Fishing from Boat or Shore – South Carolina Resident $5.00

Fishing from Boat or Shore – Out of State Resident $15.00 

 

Rules for Fishing on Lake Robinson or Lake Cunningham: 

(1) Any person desiring to fish on or from Lake Robinson or Lake Cunningham is required to secure a written permit from the Warden.

(2) Loaning a fish permit is prohibited and will result in loss of privilege for all parties involved. Season permits are written for the calendar year. The fishing access fees shall be set forth in these Rules and Regulations in Appendix A.

(3) Anyone fishing on or from the Reservoir must have a valid South Carolina Fishing License to exhibit to a Warden.

(4) All persons showing proof of age 65 or over may be issued a fishing permit without cost.

(5) All Rules and Regulations of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources concerning fishing are hereby made a part of these Regulations. A copy of these Regulations is available from a Warden upon request.

(6) No fishing shall be permitted within a distance of 200 feet of the spill way.

(7) Upon producing leave papers, military personnel are exempt from Lake Robinson or Lake Cunningham fishing permits.

(8) Children under age sixteen are exempt from Lake Robinson and Lake Cunningham fishing permits.

(9) All largemouth bass in possession must be twelve (12) inches in length or larger.

(10) Creel and size limits will be set and strictly enforced by statutes of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. See Appendix B.

(11) Fishing below or around Lake Robinson and Lake Cunningham dams is prohibited. These are closed areas. Persons in these areas are subject to trespass charges.

(12) The priority of the public dock facility is for the convenience of watercraft. Fishing will be permitted from the public dock only when there is no conflict with those operating watercraft.

(13) Fishing is to be by line attached to pole or rod, or by handheld line only. Four lines or rods per person from shore only.

(14) Seines, gigs, basket traps, submerged tires, eel pots, trot lines, turtle hooks, nets, cast nets, jugs, and all other methods of non-game fishing devices are not allowed. Violators will be prosecuted in compliance with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources statutes.

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