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What is the law in regards to using treble hooks?

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Hi Guys, I have heard conflicting answers. Can you use just a plain treble hook or is it true you have to have something such as a spinner of some sort attached to it? Anyone know have an input? Thank you

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You cannot use a plain treble hook. A treble hook can be used only if it is part of a lure. Attaching a small blade will make it a lure.

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Best answer will come from a conservation officer or directly from the DNR as the law has a large gray area attached to it and no one can truly understand the language of that law.

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