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Topic: 2nd rod in San Pablo Bay?  (Read 470 times)

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Eddie

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That 2nd rod stamp is only allowed for inland waters and east of the Carquinez bridge (I believe). 
I run into so many guys who misunderstand this.  Only way to use two rods/rigs/traps in the SF and SP Bay would be off a public fishing pier.

As for when the 2nd rod stamp comes into effect for inland waters, I can't remember if it's east of the Carquinez Bridge or east or the Benicia bridge.
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That 2nd rod stamp is only allowed for inland waters and east of the Carquinez bridge (I believe). 
I run into so many guys who misunderstand this.  Only way to use two rods/rigs/traps in the SF and SP Bay would be off a public fishing pier.

As for when the 2nd rod stamp comes into effect for inland waters, I can't remember if it's east of the Carquinez Bridge or east or the Benicia bridge.
Carquinez bridge. In the image I posted above, it is clearly stated, in the regs not so much. I think they decided since piers in ocean waters in general are limited to two poles instead of unlimited like most ocean waters they would allow two poles everywhere including in the bay where normally it's one pole max.

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