Here's an interesting case out of the Great White North. Last March, a father and daughter go ice fishing on Saskatchewan's Turtle Lake. By law, each angler is only allowed to fish two lines at a time. The father set four—two for him, and two for his daughter who is 3. Per this story on CBC News, a conservation officer ticketed dad for illegally fishing with two extra lines, claiming that his daughter "didn't have the ability to set up the ice-fishing rig, maintain it, watch it and retrieve fish." Well, the case recently went to court, and the outcome was somewhat surprising.