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wish2getwalleye

portable house tags

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do you need a tag for a portable if you take it off when you are done ( i heard there was a dnr rule change this year?)

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you are correct sir. starting this year you only need a tag for your portable if you leave it unattended over night.

you still need to have your name and address or dnr # outside in letters no less than 2 inches high.

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if you have questions about regs...there is a regulation book that tells all you need to know. i am sure you can get one where you buy your bait...do you know what the limit is on what your catching? where do you find that info?...

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when your right.... i just got the house 2 days ago and my friends differed on it and the dnr web site i didnt see anything about it

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W2GW, HERE is the news release from the DNR on the new regulation for fish house tags. As long as you take it off the ice each night you don't need a tag.

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I have not been buying portable Lic. for years now!

Just joking.

I bought one for this year, that I am stuck with. Well I guess not, because I have a perm on Mill Laces.

No! You do not need a lic. for a porty!

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Quote:

if you have questions about regs...there is a regulation book that tells all you need to know. i am sure you can get one where you buy your bait...do you know what the limit is on what your catching? where do you find that info?...


Quite the friendly, useful response here. How bout this~

"The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) expects the changes to generate some questions since the 2007 Fishing Regulations Handbook does not reflect the new statute language ."

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