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Hi folks,

I've looked in the regulations trying to find an answer to this with no luck. SO I thought I'd ask here to see if anyone knows for sure.

I understand that out in the Bay of Fundy you can have multiple lines int he water at once. However with inland waters you can only have a single line in the water. My question is for tidal waters. Are you allowed to have multiple lines in the water in all tidal waters?

Thanks in advance for any advice anyone has.

BobD
 

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There is a thread on the muskiesnb members section, which I don't have access to anymore with official information that they dug up on the subject. I can't remember specifics, but I know you are allowed multiple rods in the water and I think up to 6 hooks. Don't quote me on the number of hooks as I don't have access to the information anymore.

But myself when I troll I troll with 2 rods, 2 lures totalling 6 trebles. In tidal water only.
 

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That's awesome, thanks! I want to do some sturgeon fishing (once they are back in season), but I have a short attention span. It is nice to be able to cast for other fish while sitting there waiting for a sturgeon! Sturgeon, Musky and Striper fishing all at one time. sounds intriguing...
 

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I probably see 30 short-nose sturgeon jump during a day out there.
 
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