A lure constructed by winding natural or synthetic material such as feathers, fur, hair, tinsel, thread, fiber, wire, plastic, cork, or rubber on or about the hook, and designed to be cast by means of a fly rod.
Following is a partial list of items considered artificial lures: spinners, spoons, plugs and molded facsimiles of worms, insects and fish. For the purposes of these regulations, artificial flies and streamers are considered to be artificial lures.
Any item that emits an odor or scent such as worms, minnows, crayfish, insects, doughballs, corn, cheese, bread, meat and marshmallows. The addition of any scent to an artificial lure or fly to make it smell like bait, makes it bait.
Means non-offset hook with the point turned perpendicularly back to the shank. Circle hooks used in bait fisheries should be non-offset. That is, if the hook is laid on a flat surface, all parts of the hook lie flat on the surface.
After being in possession of a fish, to discard or exchange that fish to possess another fish of the same species.
A catch of related fish species counted together.
Refers to any condition where a fish cannot freely swim away.
Means any hook which trails another hook, either by direct physical attachment to the lead hook or by a connective device such as a swivel or chain, and is part of the same bait or lure.
Means the method of angling in which fish are attracted to a lure or bait being trailed from a boat which is being moved by mechanical power.
Regulations in red are new this year.
Purple text indicates an important note.