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robbo17

Fish House License Plates ???

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Just got wind of this-- Not for sure if its true. But has anybody heard that Fishhouse are reguired to have license Plates.

The Plates cost $42.50 a year. If it true than I see why you don't need the Shelter License. This is all I could fined in the State Statute. I will research it more and let you know what I find.

Subd. 49. Travel trailer. (a) "Travel trailer" means any trailer or semitrailer designed and

used for human living quarters that meets all of the following qualifications:

(1) is not used as the residence of the owner or occupant;

(2) is used for temporary living quarters by the owner or occupant while engaged in

recreational or vacation activities; and

(3) is towed on the public streets or highways incidental to such recreational or vacation

activities.

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Havn't heard anything like that. Although, this year you only need a shelter tag if your house is left overnight unocupied. If your fishing from a portable or are taking your house off when you leave the ice you don't need a shelter tag.

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