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Old January 21st, 2014, 11:15 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.saltwater
Stumpy
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Default Yo-Yo Automatic Fishing Reels

I go paddling a couple of times a month in sal****er bays in California.
Have a fishing license and would like to mount a couple of these directly
onto my plastic kayak.

http://www.cabelas.com/catalog/produ...4#BVQAWidgetID


If I mount it with a screw - am I legal?

California forbids "mousetrap" gear that is not attached to a person or
vessel. (DFG 28.65 f)


Section 28.65
(f ) Mousetrap gear prohibited: It is unlawful to use, assist in using, or
to possess aboard any vessel,
hook-and-line gear commonly termed “mouse traps” constructed of a hook(s) or
lure(s), attached to one
end of a line that is attached to a float, or floats at the other end, and
that when fished, is not attached
directly to a person or vessel. Possession of such gear aboard a vessel
shall be prima facie evidence
that the gear is being used in violation of this regulation.

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Old March 1st, 2014, 12:13 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.saltwater,rec.boats.kayak,alt.sports.kayak
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Default Yo-Yo Automatic Fishing Reels




If I mount it with a screw - am I legal?

California forbids "mousetrap" gear that is not attached to a person or
vessel. (DFG 28.65 f)


Section 28.65
(f ) Mousetrap gear prohibited: It is unlawful to use, assist in using, or
to possess aboard any vessel,
hook-and-line gear commonly termed “mouse traps” constructed of a hook(s)
or lure(s), attached to one
end of a line that is attached to a float, or floats at the other end, and
that when fished, is not attached
directly to a person or vessel. Possession of such gear aboard a vessel
shall be prima facie evidence
that the gear is being used in violation of this regulation.


"The setup you describe is fine, as long as the line is attached to your
boat (or held by you) and not set adrift attached to a float."

As per: California Department of Fish and Wildlife Spokesperson.

So Yo-Yo Automatic Fishing Reels may be used under your personal
supervision.

 




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