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Spearing & Fishing together.

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BNS,

for conversation and a reminder what can or cannot do while spearing? I know I could just look it up in the regs but its more fun to read what you guys know and share the stories from doing both at the same time. A "101" on spearing and angling in a spear house for us guys who haven't picked it up yet this year.

thanks,

mr

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this is a wide open topic.

If you havent, listen to my podcast, that might help you a bit. There is alot of things that you can and cant do. I could talk for a long time about it. Remember, only spear northerns, and you can have one over 30 inches.

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