Questions & Answers: two-pole permit
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A: That depends. If you're a nonresident and already have a fishing license, the two-pole permit is an additional $15.50. If you're a licensed resident, the two-pole is $13.75. These prices are as of January, 2015 and are subject to change.
A: The only exception that we can think of is during ice-fishing...you can't double the number of lines you use while ice-fishing. In other circumstances, as long as you are in control of both poles, there aren't limitations on where you can use two poles.