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Is there a Maryland Rule, or law that states how many rods we can fish with ? On private property?? On public property?? Piers/beaches??? Bridges???? And this question is regarding salt water use--Thanks Steve..
 

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The only reg out there is this:

IN NON-TIDAL WATERS OF THE STATE IT IS UNLAWFUL:


1. To use more than three (3) rods at one time (except for ice fishing) or more than two (2) hooks per line.



That's only for non-tidal areas (i.e., freshwater). No limits on tidal areas that I could find.
 

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The only reg out there is this:

IN NON-TIDAL WATERS OF THE STATE IT IS UNLAWFUL:


1. To use more than three (3) rods at one time (except for ice fishing) or more than two (2) hooks per line.



That's only for non-tidal areas (i.e., freshwater). No limits on tidal areas that I could find.

How does a king rig fall into play? I bought one a while back for live lining and it has three hooks on it.
 

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How does a king rig fall into play? I bought one a while back for live lining and it has three hooks on it.
If you're using it in a tidal area, it doesn't matter. If you're using it in a non-tidal area, it's a no-no. These are Maryland regs though. You don't fish in Maryland much though do you?
 
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