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Fishing License in Minnesota

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When does the MN fishing Liscense expire? Feb?

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feb 28th

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Gell: In reading the new laws regarding the structure license it appears to me that the date is now going to be changed to April 1st as opposed to the old law which said March 1st. I'm reading it as structure and fishing license's will be the same dates. Thats the way I read it. I'm sure one of the other fellas will jump in here as well. Bill

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I think they changed the rule on that. They used to expire end of Feb (I checked mine, it expires Feb 29 must be a leap year) But I think for next year they will expire in March to get you through more ice fishing.

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