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So if I have 2 fly rods rigged up, one for nymphing, and one for dry flies, do I need a 2nd rod stamp if I'm carrying both riverside?

I'm obviously only going to be able to fish 1 rod at a time, but does having a second rod on my person equate to needing a 2nd rod stamp?
 

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I figured as much...I just didn't want the ranger saying that I "had intent" to use both rods and so I would need a rod stamp.

Although I can't imagine whipping around two fly rods at the same time...
 

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Now if you take a buddy out and he doesn't have a license and he's fishing with your rod, are you required a second rod stamp?
 

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it was a $52.00 ticket a few years ago, it probably is a bit higher now.

don't let your other line trail in the water or you will be fishing with 2 rods. i know of a case where 2 guys were lindy rigging for walleyes with 2 rods ea but they each had another rod rigged with a worm and jig head trailing just on the surface to keep the worm wet, they both got a ticket for fishing with 3 rods
 
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