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The Yeti

Did MN ever have a "only 1 rod in the boat" regulation?

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The Yeti

I was talking to a buddy that said he has always fished with only 1 rod in the boat becuase he thought that was the regulation. Has Mn ever had this regulation? If so, I don't remember it. I know you can only fish with 1 line in the water in summer.

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Deitz Dittrich

Not that I know of... I think this is just a misunderstanding of the law... in MN you are only allowed 1 line in the water...You can have as many rods in the boat as you like...

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guideman

There never has, nor will there ever be, such a regulation. I"ll carry 20/25 rods in my boat at times, isn't that what rod lockers are for.grin.gif

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The Yeti

That's what I thought to. I told him maybe he got the 1 line in the water reg confused.

My buddies always give me grief because I bring so many rods. It's just easier to have 1 rod for each fishing application, than it is to keep changing lures on 1 or 2 rods.

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