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mrklean

Spearing and Fishing

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Ok im sure this has been asked what is the rule you can have one line in or what now? Thanks

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you can spear and angle at the same time,just make sure u use a pin for your sucker.u can use a hook in your sucker but that is then consdiered your second line,so i understand

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charlie is correct, if you use a spearing pin, then you can have another line down with a hook. If you have a hook in the decoy, then you can't use another line.

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you can only have a line in the spear hole? Can i have a tipup out or is that not legal?

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only if your spear is outside your house, is my thoughts.

Mike89

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u can have a spear hole and angleing hole in the same house and do both, or a spear hole and a tip up outside if u want

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From what I understand;

The basic thought is that your spear counts as one line.

What you do with the other line is up to you (as long as all fishing regulations are followed)

From my understanding hookless decoys (live or fakes) do not count as a line.

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Exactly right. The spear counts as a line.

So, you can have one more hook in the water (if alone with a spear). You can have a sucker on a harness (no hook) and a crappie minnow and hook down if you want.

Great new law (last year)!

I hate the sucker pins. A good noose and a large sinker works the best...and your sucker swins better and lives much longer.

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I hate the sucker pins. A good noose and a large sinker works the best...and your sucker swins better and lives much longer.

How do you rig a noose HH?

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