What is a nongame fish

I have seen the term "nongame" fish in the regualtions and I am wondering what type of fish are considered nongame.

Answer: 

Game Fish: Brook, brown, bull, cutthroat, golden, lake (Mackinaw), rainbow (including steelhead), splake and Sunapee trout; trout hybrids; Chinook, coho, Atlantic, and kokanee (blueback) salmon; grayling; whitefish; cisco; crappie; perch; bass; catfish; bullhead; sunfish; sturgeon; northern pike; tiger muskie; walleye and sauger; and burbot (Ling). Bullfrogs and crayfish are also defined as game fish.
 
Nongame Fish: Any fish not specifically defined as a “game fish.”
 
Protected nongame fish are Shoshone, Wood River, and Bear Lake sculpin, sand roller, northern leatherside chub, bluehead sucker and Pacific lamprey.

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Friday, July 26, 2013 - 1:52 PM MDT