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Old 09-13-2016, 01:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I wish they'd sell a 3rd and 4th rod stamps. It would also help the CPW with their deficit.
Wyoming you can use 6 rods on the ice and Newbraska you can use 5 rods on the ice. Once you get used to using that many rods it's hard not to-
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I'm used to 4 in South Dakota. It sucks during ice season hear in CO when I can only use 1 tip-up and one rod... All my other tip ups are collecting dust.
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I use 6 rods when ice fishing in Colorado.

One of the benefits of taking four kids with me
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