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Hey I'm new to Colorado I'm from Virginia there I used homemade spinners with a treble hook for trout fishing there was some regulations that allowed only single hook lures was wondering if the same is here. I haven't seen many people at all using anything but fly rods here why is thag might I ask also looks fun don't know anything about it more info would be greatly appreciated
 

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3 hooks (trebbles) on a lure I believe equals 3 flies on a fly rod equals 3 bait hooks on a bait rig...he said you cant have more than 3...ie 4...
 

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Word, Z. I know **** changes and I miss somethings but just had to double check. I guess I'll have to stop chucking 3 baited hooks . :llama:
 

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There might be some gold medal water like Delaney where u can only have a single fly...wouldnt surprise me with the reach of Trout Unlimited?...or single barbless hooks in greenback water..
 

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Rocky Mountain National Park

Each person shall use only one hand-held rod or line. A 'second rod stamp' is not honored in park waters. Only artificial lures or flies with one (single, double, or treble) hook with a common shank may be used."]Each person shall use only one hand-held rod or line. A 'second rod stamp' is not honored in park waters. Only artificial lures or flies with one (single, double, or treble) hook with a common shank may be used.
 
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