Tracy THOUGHT she knew everything about fishing...

I can remember fishing with my dad at Chicot. I was 8-years-old and I had a cane pole. I caught the only fish that day and the raccoons took it that night. I still love to fish. I prefer saltwater fishing, but there is nothing quite like sitting next to the pond with a worm on the line catching little bream. I usually toss 'em back. I just like to see them take the bobber under and fight it for a minute before I pull them in. One of my favorite parts of my TV gig is visiting with Jim Davidson. Jimmy D really does love to fish. And he knows his stuff. As many times as I have talked to him, I learn something from him every week. This week, it was about limits. I knew there were limits on everything for saltwater fishing, and that there were limits for bass. I had no idea that there are limits in some areas for bream and sac-a-lait. Jimmy D was very passionate about fishermen (and women) being aware of these limits and, more so, remembering that we have to be conscious of the fact that we all have to share the planet and it's "fruits" with not only each other but our children and grandchildren. Thank you, Jimmy D, for that reminder. If you are like me and aren't quite sure what those regulations are, here you go. Download what you need!