Hook-and-line definition

Hook-and-line means a rod and reel or similar device including a tip up and hand held lines, and includes trolling.
Hook-and-line means one or more hooks attached to one or more lines. It may be stationary (commercial vertical hook-and-line) or mobile (troll).
Hook-and-line means a fishing line to which one or more hooks or other tackle are attached. A hook- and-line may include a fishing rod or reel or both to cast and retrieve the line.

More Definitions of Hook-and-line

Hook-and-line means one or more hooks attached to one or more lines;¶
Hook-and-line means a fishing line to which one or more hooks or other tackle are attached. A hook- and-line may include a fishing rod or reel or both to deploy and retrieve the line, and the use of a landing net to land hooked fish.
Hook-and-line means a type of fishing gear consisting of a length of fishing line, to which is attached one or more hooks or other device for capturing marine life. A weight and a pole may also be used to aid in the placement of the fishing line in the water.
Hook-and-line means one or more hooks attached to one or more lines and shall include rod and reel, a fishing rod designed to be hand-held with a manually or electrically operated reel attached.
Hook-and-line means a single line to which not more than two hooks are attached;
Hook-and-line means a stationary,buoyed, and anchored line with hooks attached, or the taking of fish by means of such a device.
Hook-and-line means a single fishing line with 1 or more hooks held by, or attended by, or under the immediate control of, 1 or more persons. The hook and line may be attached to a pole, reel, float or stake or may be held by a person.