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Bird Dog

Reflectors on Fish houses

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I heard something last year about needing to put reflectors on fish houses.I misplaced my regulation book,so I am not sure if it became a law or not.If so does anyone know what the requirements are, and do they apply to portables as well.Any help would be appreciated.I think that it is a good idea.

Thanks Bird Dog

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Birddog,
do a search on reflectors here. You'll find a lot of good info.

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Bird Dog, just got this info on dnr cyber news today, new for 2002, any fish house left on the ice overnight must have at least two square inches of reflective material on each side of the house. The key here is overnight. tight lines to all. <((((><

[This message has been edited by TNT4ME (edited 12-12-2002).]

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I'm only fishing til 9 pm,I don't need reflective material??,,If this is true,i'm sitting in my house at 8 pm & get run over by a sled,,I'm totally legal,but DEAD,,just like any safety equipt. It's for your own good,,Think about it! Flagup,Tightlines & be SAFE,,Mark

[This message has been edited by fish4walleye (edited 12-13-2002).]

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