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Can I drive and fish with a RC boat in NH?

Old 04-07-2024, 02:04 PM
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Are you allowed to drive and fish with RC boats in NH? Is it allowed?

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Of all the places I have looked, it seems like the rules are very vague about using RC Boats for fishing. We already use side planer boards, dipsy divers and down riggers to control the depth and distance from a boat. From shore, there is no law that prohibits using something like a side planer board to get the bait/lure a distance from shore.

If you were to use the boat to position your bait/lure and drop or release it from the RC boat, I see no prohibitions mentioned anywhere at this time. There might be a gray area if you were to actually troll using the RC boat, but that is not actually mentioned as being prohibited. In some places they actually use them for chumming the waters.

I would contact the local MNR and ask. After all they are the ones who will make a decision on what is and is not legal and leave it for the courts to decide.

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