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08-16-2005, 05:20 PM #11
Kutter, that is the same thing I was told..I have fished with several poles for years now..during the winter when the fish are not biting very much I could have 8 or 9 baited lines..my boat looks like a spider web with the lines going out.. Last December a Conservation officer pulled along side of me and said "I sure hope those poles are labeled or you are not going to be able to afford the fine you'll have to pay!.. Showed him three of the of the poles with the labels on them and he laughed said he believed me and went on his way..
08-16-2005, 11:19 PM #12
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Kutter, thanks a million for your homework. I just landed in San Jose and I'm settled into my hotel room. Sounds like I better get some labels on my rods. I usually only use three rods anyway, so if I label them I should be okay. Thanks again for checking into it for all of us.
08-17-2005, 06:01 AM #13
yea to bad they do not have what kansas does you can buy a third pole permit
08-17-2005, 06:26 AM #14willisjjmonster catfish
Here in AZ, the use of 1 pole come with your state fishing license. You can purchase a "2 pole stamp" for an extra 4 bucks. That really irritated me for a while, but then decided it works all right seeing as I have a wife and 3 kids that usually go with me and when we are all fishing, 1 or 2 poles apiece is almost more than I can handle, lol.
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08-17-2005, 06:27 AM #15
Any ideas on a good way to label the rods? I will be looking for something longterm, not pen and paper type. Etched brass would work, but I wouldn't know where to get them, much less where to have them etched.
08-17-2005, 08:55 AM #16
Kutter maybe try a trophy shop. We get small tags or plaques for Eagle Scout projects. If the guy charges us it is very cheap. He can make them in plastic or metal.
08-17-2005, 09:04 AM #17
Good work Kutter
I know you don't want paper,but this is what I do.Somehow I got on a mailing list and am always recieving letters to join this or support that or make a contribution.These letters usually come with a sheet of adhesive mailing labels preprinted with my name and address(but no phone # )
I stick these on about every piece of camping/fishing/hunting equipt I own.I'm a honest person and would return anything I found if it was labeled,but 99 percent of it goes in my garage.
For a stamped/etched tag try calling a trophy shop or one of those do-it-all package/printing/mailing centers.
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08-17-2005, 09:52 AM #18
I did what Cook did..I have these labels that I attached to the pole and wrapped clear tape around it. It has been two years and you still can read it clearly. I first started out printing everything with an permanent marker that I found was not very permanent!
08-17-2005, 10:37 AM #19
Yep, Dave your right on target...that works best. I use a 2 inch wide piece of box sealing type clear plastic tape. Put your name and info on a piece of white paper and I stick it close to the butt on the fiberglass part of my rod (where the meat of the rod is).
08-17-2005, 10:42 AM #20
Talk to someone that runs a trap line
I dont know where they can it done off hand ... but in PA if you run a trap line you traps have to be labeled with the owners name , address and phone number ... they are normally brass tags that are etched or typed on ...