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  • 1 Pole

    9 4.07%
  • 2 Poles

    102 46.15%
  • 3 Poles

    71 32.13%
  • 4 Poles

    26 11.76%
  • More Than 4 Poles

    26 11.76%
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  1. #41
    Dennis

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    3. Two for Cats and 1 for bait.


  2. #42
    Zane
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    Default depends

    in iowa you can have two poles with two hooks on each pole for each person. when i go alone i usually take one or two but when i have guests i take about 4-6 depending on numbers


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    Bob
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    2 only in SC but on a boat as many as you want I have 8 most the time 6 Cats 2 Bait

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    Leo
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    Being that I am in SC and that SC is a 2-rod bank fishing state, I use 2 rods... maybe. I rarely use more than 2 rods anyway, whether bank or boat, and many times, I am fine with just using 1 rod. I only have 2 hands, so having 2 rods out at the same time can be a bit problematic, especially when both lines get hit at the same time often. I'd probably go nuts if I had more than 2 rods out at the same time.

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    Mike

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    We are only allowed two rods in Ohio but I will snell a leader with two hooks to increase my chances.

  6. #46
    James
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    i fish with 6 rods.

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    Tan Bui
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    2012 is the first year the Pennsylvania Boat and Fish Commission will allow an angler to use 3 rods.

    With 3 rods I will up my percentage in catching a fish.

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    jeff washington
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  9. #49
    Matt
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    Default Have tryed 2 and 3

    The problem I have using 3 poles is I find myself jumping from rod to rod not catching anything lol and spending alot of time rebaiting. The action is alot more intense but the hook ups is less. Now we only have channels here in Central Florida. So it might work better with more poles for flat heads or blues else where??? But I will prob use atleast 2.

  10. #50
    Al
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    Here in MO we are ony allowed to have 3 poles in the water, I normally start with 3 & then if it gets real busy I will let one or two sit.


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