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how many rods can u use in Tennessee legally for spider rigging.and can u use the dual rigged hooks

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By damon presley - Posted on 13 February 2013

how many rods are legal in Tennessee for spider rigging and how many hooks can u use on each rod

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This from the TWRA web site

How many rods or poles may an angler fish with? There is no limit to the number of rods that can be fished in MOST of our reservoirs, but there are exceptions. See regulations for rods at Center Hill Reservoiri and Dale Hollow Reservoir under Region 3 Reservoir Regulations. Also, there are certain trout waters where an angler is limited to one hand-held rod. It is always best to consult the fishing regulations for the specific water fished prior to any trip.


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