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    Default Homer Spit Lagoon

    I see in the regulations this year that the slackwater bobber set up has been outlawed in the lagoon. Now people will actually have to fish to catch them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlcanRon View Post
    I see in the regulations this year that the slackwater bobber set up has been outlawed in the lagoon. Now people will actually have to fish to catch them.
    Nice. I still think there was some night time gill netting going on there last year.
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    man its about time........

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    WOW!!!!!! So much for sitting back and reading a book...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaska Gray View Post
    WOW!!!!!! So much for sitting back and reading a book...
    ???????
    Can't you still fish bait on bottom?
    Or under a float (rigged properly) you know float, sinker, bait as opposed to float, snagging hook , sinker.

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    Default Bait and bobber

    The regulation reads that the hook or hooks cannot lead the bobber. You could still fish bait under a bobber if the bobber leads the hook. Therefore not snagging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRIFTER_016 View Post
    ???????
    Can't you still fish bait on bottom?
    Or under a float (rigged properly) you know float, sinker, bait as opposed to float, snagging hook , sinker.

    Need the visual affect of the bite (bobber going under)..
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