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how about fishing with a tube jig with the hook either bent down or broke off,,,, that can't be illegal, can it?? if i am targeting bass with a bait with no hooks, am i trying to catch it? or a rattletrap with no hooks on it.... you know when you get a hit on a tube or rattletrap, you just won't know if they are 2 pounders or 4 pounders. what do you think??? derrek
 

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LOL,,, can't imagine doing that, Kinda like your starving and the pizza is hot and right in front of you bought for you by your buddy and you won't eat it..LOL,, Beside's it could be a legal fish hitting the lure. If you accidently catch a fish out of season just put it back as fast and gentle as you can, and as it swim's away lecture it like Lt. Dan says.

h2o<---nitroderrek that was a good one my friend.
 

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How bout this one. I have been catching walleyes on tubes in the Detroit River. They have been outfishing the normal stuff that I use. I was just wondering if the DNR could give me a hard time for using them this time of year. I have caught a few smallies by accident, however, I have caught 5 times as many walleyes as bass.

Makes you think anyway.
 

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Some depends on where you are fishing them and what kind of boat you are fishing out of. You probably won't be bothered in the Detroit River.
 
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