Fishermen say lie-detector test keeps Winni Derby honest
Dan Dunlop of Meredith and his son Drew fish on Meredith Bay during the Winni Derby Saturday. (DAN SEUFERT/Union Leader Correspondent)
"It's a good thing because it makes sure the whole thing is fair," said Wally Ryan of Canterbury.
Anglers bringing in fish this weekend have been talking about the newly enforced polygraph rule, she said.
At the Meredith town docks, several fishermen said they liked the idea of polygraph testing.
"It's not uncommon at all," he said. "It's just the first time they've used it here."
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