Breaking: Laws on Shooting Fish

Michael Smith, an associate at Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen and Shapiro LLP in Los Angeles has answered the burning question:

if you’re walking next to a stream, river, lake, or pond, and you happen to see a fish—are you allowed to shoot it with a gun?

The answer for the four states handled by Midsouth Gun Lawyer is:

Alabama – No. Ala. Code section 9-11-87.

Georgia – No. Ga. Code section 27-4-8.

Mississippi – No. Miss. regulation 40-003 sections 002.1.1, 1.3, and 3.1

Tennessee – No. Tenn. Code section 70-4-104.

To the Legislature of each state I simply say, “Killjoys!”