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    How many rods per person?

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    anything over 3 has to be labeled

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    You just can't go over 33 hooks total..........I think.









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    first three hooks do not need labels. Next 30 need to be labelled with name and address. Technically if you have two jigs on each pole labelling would need to begin on the second pole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOfishmgr View Post
    first three hooks do not need labels. Next 30 need to be labelled with name and address. Technically if you have two jigs on each pole labelling would need to begin on the second pole.

    Two pole trollers need to look at this. I use address labels that the NRA or Elk federation sends for mine. I just take the label and place it just above the handle and put a piece of clear tape over it so it last. They will last for several years. Some guys wrap there business cards around the lower end of the pole and tape over them.
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    All mine are labeled now. Would hate to be accidently be fishing with a unlabeled one and be checked.









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    Wow....good to know about using two poles and needing a label.
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    Use can use up to 33 labeled hooks on those lakes that allow up to 33 hooks, smithville, Truman, or any large ACOE reservoir that allows other methods like jugs or bank lines, is an example. Wanted to clarify to those folks that fish the smaller lakes, that you can only use 3 poles on lakes that only allow pole and line fishing, most of the smaller MDC lakes, or lakes that under a CAP (community assisstance program) agreement are pole and line only, and you can only use 3 rods on those...dont want anyone to get in trouble. I get asked that all the time, and lakes like mozingo fall under the CAP category, and you cannot use jugs/limb lines, so its 3 rods, with one hook on each rod...or 2 rods with a double rig on one, and a single on the other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tmason View Post
    Use can use up to 33 labeled hooks on those lakes that allow up to 33 hooks, smithville, Truman, or any large ACOE reservoir that allows other methods like jugs or bank lines, is an example. Wanted to clarify to those folks that fish the smaller lakes, that you can only use 3 poles on lakes that only allow pole and line fishing, most of the smaller MDC lakes, or lakes that under a CAP (community assisstance program) agreement are pole and line only, and you can only use 3 rods on those...dont want anyone to get in trouble. I get asked that all the time, and lakes like mozingo fall under the CAP category, and you cannot use jugs/limb lines, so its 3 rods, with one hook on each rod...or 2 rods with a double rig on one, and a single on the other.
    I did not know that!!! Good info. Thanks Tmason!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by speck View Post
    i did not know that!!! Good info. Thanks tmason!!!
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