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Posted by Joe on May 31 2005
Willi,
The 2005 regs give the following definition under Methods and Means:

"Gear for Single-hook waters: (a) In waters designated as single-hook waters, sport fishing is permitted only as follows: (1) with not more than one single hook with gap between point and shank of 1/2 inch or less, (2) hooks and lures (including those of standard manufacture) may not have additional weight attached to them; weights may be used only ahead of the hook or lure, and (b) multiple hooks are prohibited in waters designated as single-hook waters."

So based on what the regulations say, your dropper set-up will have to be adjusted to a strike indicator (hookless) and a single dropper. Based on where you are fishing, it looks like a guided trip. I recommend you contact your float guide and get some patterns tied before you go.
Good luck,
Joe

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