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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Tackle-Free Fishing

Tackle-Free Fishing


The article talks about alternatives to using traditional fishing tackle. Descriptions of six alternative fishing methods that anglers might try when rods and reels are nowhere to be found are given. Fishermen should review local regulations to make sure a particular method is legal, as fishing laws vary widely from state to state.


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