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To answer your questions about fishing off bridges, the answer is for the majority, yes. In the HRS (hawaii revised statute) the majority of the major bridges are listed as being restricted from fishing or crabbing. The other sore point about fishing from these spots is the new security concerns since 9/11. Also the main sore point for alot of fisherman is the fact that there is no parking for your vehicles. Alot of people park their cars wherever they want to, just to go fishing off the bridge, but man, it ain't worth getting a ticket for a few fish. Usually signs are posted that tell which bridges are protected, but for a complete list, just check the list in the HRS.
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which bridges? ive fished from alot and cops and dlnr pass right by. north shore south shore to. in the dlnr rules there are regulations for crab net sizes and how many you can use but they dont restrict you from using them except in alawai when its closed season.