With warming weather, fishing season is starting up again. Ray Hageman of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds residents that new fishing regulations take effect this year beginning immediately. Hageman says anglers fishing rivers and streams now have a limit of three fish per day and only one can exceed 16-inches. Length restrictions on brook trout have also been removed. However, the limit of the number of whitefish that may be kept has been increased so that only six fish may be kept, rather than the 25 that could previously been kept. Changes in the limits, Hageman says are in blue type in the booklets that are issued along with the fishing licenses.