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Aster Rick

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  1. Here are the definations as stated in the regs: Hook – A hook includes a single-pointed or multiple-pointed hook on a common shaft but does not include a snagger or spring gaff. The number of hooks includes any single-pointed or multiple-pointed hooks that are part of a lure. Hooks and Lines – An angler may use only one line, unless otherwise stated in the regulations. Two lines may be used when angling from a boat in parts of the Great Lakes (see exceptions to the general regulations) and for ice fishing in many areas (see Ice Fishing, page 11). A fishing line must not have more than four hooks attached. I find it funny that people still need to continue to debate this. Black. and. white.
  2. Seen this before somewhere or something like it
  3. Any one still eating fish from Binbrook?
  4. Ugliest yet biggest bass I've ever seen.
  5. Hair cut time there, Geddy
  6. This is like a Special Ed story
  7. Your girlfriend needs more sunscreen
  8. http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/marinesafety/debs-...icence-1898.htm http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/marinesafety/debs-...perator-360.htm
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