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    what about like bass fishing. I may have 5 or 6 rods in my boat with different lures on each but I only use one pole at a time. is that legal to have that many in the boat?

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    How did you attach the trapping tags? Sounds like a more permanent way to mark/label rods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olduckhunter View Post
    what about like bass fishing. I may have 5 or 6 rods in my boat with different lures on each but I only use one pole at a time. is that legal to have that many in the boat?
    in missouri it doesnt matter how many poles are in the boat, all that matter are what you are using at the time. of course I am known to use multiple poles at a time so all my poles are labeled, just to be safe.

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    I also understand that it is now acceptable to just label your trot lines, set lines and jug lines with JUST your conservation number. would this be acceptable for labeling fishing poles, too?

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    I attach the trapping tags in the reel seat,just wrap around the reel seat before putting the reel on the rod,before you put the reel on the rod take a small zip tie and suck it up real tight then put the reel on the rod and roll the big part of the zip tie up against the bottom of the reel.you can actually place the big part of the zip tie out of the way totally ,depends on how you hold the pole.

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    Would work great using the tags of the conservation number is all you need.

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    The tags are actually copper not brass.

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    All of this back and forth discussion about the number of rods a person can use at one time is very valuable and beneficial for all fisherman in MO. About three weeks ago when the Stone County area was getting some warm days I decided to spider rig around the pt 15 area above Cape Fair on Table Rock. I was stopped by an old man and his fishing buddy and they told me that if a conservation agent saw me that I would get a ticket. I tried to assure him that I read the rule book and even called the Conservation before I spent the time and money on several rods and a home made t bar. He was adamant that I would still get a ticket and so I went home and checked again and he was obviously wrong. He told me that there were different rules for Table Rock and the state rules did not apply to Table Rock. He was wrong. The Conservation office in Springfield said that I could use up to 33 rods, but every rod over three had to be labeled and I really like the idea of using address labels. I just use a piece of masking tape. Good discussions men.
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    Probably the same old man that argued with me on Stockton. Never could convince him that I was legal. The address labels work well.

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    There are some crazzzzzzy peoples on the Rock, Me being the worst of the worst, but hey label over three and your good to go......

    and by the way if you see the big man in the red tracker, grey arm chair up front give a shout out, I fish that area quite a bit in the spring and summer, but I never post on the trips well hardly ever, we use to have a camp up at Joe Longs for years, He and my dad were good friends, then it sold and went straight to lllllllllllllllll anyway
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