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Old 05-18-2013, 10:41 AM
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Default Re: articulated flies in multiple fly, catch and release areas?

"Common hook" means any hook or multiple hooks having a common shank. All
hooks attached to a manufactured artificial lure shall be considered a common hook.

That is from the CDOW 2013 fishing regs book found here

I have personally interpreted that sign to mean no treble hooks. I have used tandem or even triple nymph rigs all over the Ark depending on where I fish. I also use several articulated streamers, some times tandem, but my front hook on all mine is cut off only leaving the stinger.

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