Oklahoman Published: May 31, 2009

/> The regulation allows anglers to still keep a total of 15 catfish per day, but only one blue catfish greater than 30 inches.

After some anglers signed a petition against it, Sherrer, D-Pryor Creek, authored a resolution to repeal the rule.

The resolution passed the House but Senators never voted it, meaning the new catfishing regulation will become law Jan. 1.

Kids Camp in June
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is sponsoring its ninth annual "Kid’s Camp” at the Cherokee Wildlife Management Area on June 20.

The free one-day camp for ages 15 and younger runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Campers will get insturction on archery, BB guns, paint ball, .22 rifle, muzzle-loading firearms and shotguns.

The Cherokee WMA is about 10 miles east of Fort Gibson on SH 62.

For more information, call Ron Justice at (918) 260-8959.

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