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I plan on doing some night time fishing. In the book it says,

"All non-motorized watercraft, whether

underway or at anchor, must at least carry a

white lantern or flashlight. This light should

be strong enough so that other boats around

the horizon can see it at least two miles

away. The light must be displayed in sufficient time to avoid a collision with another"

So would my cap light pass? I was kind of surprised when I read this. I figured I would need a light on at all times.

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For what it's worth, I use a reasonably powerful headlamp....I don't have much to worry about, though, because most of my paddling is on unnavigable rivers or "wilderness" lakes that don't have powerboats on them.

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