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can anyone clear this up

Gear permitted: One line per angler only; and single barbless hook only. A single barbless hook is a barbless hook with only one point. A treble hook is not considered to be a single hook.As per subsection 8(2) of the British Columbia Sport Fishing Regulations (1996). A person may angle in the tidal portion of the Fraser River with two hooks, artificial lures or artificial flies, attached to a fishing line. (Bar rigs with single barbless hooks are acceptable)


Should it read "two hook (not hooks) artificial lures or artificial flies, attached to a fishing line."
 

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There is a comma after "hooks", so I assume they mean exactly what they say; "2 (single barbless)hooks, (2)artificial lures or (2)artificial flies." Which portion of the regs is this taken from.
 

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Good point Brit. I always understood it as below the Mission Brg. you could have two hooks on your bar rigs. I quess you could run dual spinners or flys just never looked at the reg that way good point. There was something in this topic brought up last year on this topic and it was in regards to hooks on lures like Kwik fish. It was argued that the trebles had to come off, but because there were originally two hooks on the lure it was alright to fish with two singles on it. I dont believe it and I would still argue till I'm blue in the face. Single hooks in non tidal doubles down low.
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Crazy D
 
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