ND fisherman’s issue: Two poles or four?
Published 01/12/2009, Associated Press
Anglers who fish North Dakota’s lakes and rivers from shore when the weather is warm are limited to two poles each. When winter arrives and the ice houses come out, each fisherman can put as many as four lines in the water. Rep. Shirley Meyer, D-Dickinson, believes ice and shore anglers should be treated equally. At the urging of a constituent, she has introduced legislation to allow fishermen to use up to four lines from shore.Word count: 242
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