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In "Fly Fishing Only" waters, an angler
may use only the following tackle: a fly
with a barbless single hook which
measures 1/2" or smaller measured from
the point to shank and a conventional fly
line (other line may be used for backing
or leader if attached to at least 25" of
conventional fly line). Anglers may not
use fixed spool reels, bait, weight
attached to the leader or line, or
monofilament leader longer than 15 feet
or with a breaking weight of more than
12 pounds.

The previous lines was taken from the WDFW regs book. If I read it correctly the line that states "a fly with a barbless single hook......" I would think that anymore than one fly might be against the regulations.

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