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bgreen82

motor restriction?

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if a lake has say an electric motor only restriction, is it ok to go out and only use your trolling motor even if you have another motor on and youre not using it?

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i do beleve you can have the motor on the boat but it has to be propped up out of the water and if you use it even if you have to and dnr gets wind of it you will be fined

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bgreen82:

I live in EP and a couple of lakes here have similar restrictions. These restrictions are put into place and enforced by the city not the DNR. I called and spoke with a city official asking them the same question you are asking. They said it is fine as long as you have the other motors up and out of the water.

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