The federal Fish and Water Conservation Act, passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on December 12, 2018, allows localities and tribes to regulate the use of coyfish.
The Coy Act allows the U-T’s Fish and Game Department to designate coy fish as a species that should not be consumed by humans, a new federal law announced Thursday.
In addition to allowing the UTS to regulate its fishery, the new law also allows the agency to regulate fish that migrate between water bodies in the United States and other countries.
It also prohibits the Uts from importing fish that can be used for commercial purposes.
The UTS has long been a major source of fish for U. S. hunters, who harvest them to feed their livestock and for dinner.
Under the Coy Act, the UT would no longer be allowed to export the coy, but the Fish and Fish Conservation Commission would still be able to import it.
The new law does not apply to fish that are caught outside of U. T. waters.
The Fish and Fire Management Agency, a division of the UTA, is currently responsible for regulating coy fishing, and the Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) has a similar authority over other species.
“Coy” is the name of the fish in the genus Cayenus, which is native to the United Kingdom.
The species is a common species found in many rivers in Canada, the Pacific Northwest and New Zealand, and in many parts of Europe.
It is also the preferred species of fishery anglers.
The cay is the smallest of the four species of cay, with a body length of about 1.5 to 2.5 inches.
It has an average size of 7 to 9 inches, depending on the age of the male.
It can be caught in the spring and early summer, but can also be caught during the colder months of September and October.
While there are many cay species that are native to both North America and Europe, Cayen is considered the more common in the Western Hemisphere.
While the cay has been harvested for centuries, the cays wildlife has been slowly losing its importance as a food source due to global warming.
It was once harvested for its flesh, and has been replaced by other fish species, such as king mackerel and swordfish.
Although it is considered a food item for humans, the fish has also been a problem for some species of fish, including the Atlantic cod and striped bass.
Coyfish, the smallest fish in their families, can weigh up to 1.6 pounds and live for between two and four years.
They are also a popular food for people who love to catch them, as they are extremely nutritious.
The CFPI found that coy had been listed as an endangered species in the U, and its recovery was threatened by a lack of habitat, disease and the threat of commercial fishing.
In response to this, the Fish & Wildlife Service established the National Coy Fishery Management Plan in 2006 to manage the fishery for future generations.
The plan includes efforts to restore habitat and the population of caryfish, as well as improving the fish’s nutritional quality.
The program includes habitat restoration, including habitat restoration for cary’s spawning grounds, improving the fishers management and the establishment of a fishery science team.
The fishery was not in compliance with the plan’s conservation objectives when it was implemented, the FWP said.
The FWP has also taken steps to help the fishering industry recover from the economic damage that was caused by the cary decline.
In May, the agency announced that it will begin a program to restore cay habitat to the level where it was in 2008.