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five metal fishing lures, two of which have no hooks

Legal Alabama Rig

This rigging is consistent with the Wildlife Code. Each lure is considered one hook by Wildlife Code definition. Spinner blades were added as attractors to the “extra” attachment points.

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Winter fishing at Thomas Hill Resevoir

Limiting Confusion

Possession limits can be puzzling when fishing waters with special regulations.

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Live Bait Regulations

Know Missouri's live-bait regulations, including species, methods, length limits, seasons, and daily limits.

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Miscellany

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"Miscellany" for the April 2007 Missouri Conservationist.

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Miscellany

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"Miscellany" for the March 2012 Missouri Conservationist.

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five white plastic baits, two with hooks removed

Modified Alabama Rig

This is a standard Alabama rig “modified” to meet the Missouri Wildlife Code. Note that two of the baits have had the hook removed to meet the three-hook limit.

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Mussel and Clam Regulations

Browse Missouri mussel and clam regulations for methods, seasons and limits.

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News and Almanac

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"News and Almanac" for the March 2002 Missouri Conservationist.

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several manufactured lures considered "one hook" by Mo. Wildlife Code

One-Hook Lures

Any one of these lures used independently is considered "one hook" by definition in our Missouri Wildlife Code.

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Alabama Rigs

Only three-hooked lures allowed on Alabama rigs in Missouri

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Alabama or umbrella rigs are legal to use in Missouri only if no more than three lures or baits with hooks are attached to each rig.

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