How many lines can I fish with in Ohio?
Anglers must abide by each state’s specified regulations for information not specified below. species during any time of the year. A maximum of three lines are permitted in the Ohio River units. The following are the ONLY unified regulations in this agreement and must be followed when fishing within the Western Unit.
Can you use more than one fishing pole?
Hooks, baits and lures all count toward the total of three (3). As a result, the maximum number of poles/rods/lines is three (3) as long as you have only one (1) bait on each pole/rod/line. More than one bait per line will require you to use fewer than three (3) poles/rods/lines.
Can you use 2 fishing rods?
Fishing with multiple rods is a great way to quickly switch between lures without having to tie them on each time. You also can use multiple rods to have multiple baits in the water at a time which gives you more opportunities to catch fish faster.