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The free Hunt Fish VA mobile application Is for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It also gives the department's latest news, hunting regulations and bag limits while in the field, and state record fish.

Game and Inland Fisheries' director, Bob Duncan, says the app allows the department to communicate with those with a passion for outdoor activities in Virginia.?

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