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New license for fish house

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When do the new shelter license's need to be updated? In Minnesota. Thanks

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Both your fishing liscense and fish house liscense are good through April 30th. It was passed after the regulation books were printed so it is stated wrong in them.

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The structure license only needs to be purchased if you leave the house on the lake over night unattended though. Bill

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Hey paceman,do you happen to know the Bill number the new license law was passed under.I can't seem to see it anywhere.The DNR web has it under questions asked and thats it.Oh well, I was going to get one this weekend anyway so I guess I'll find out then.c63Thankyou in advance!..........now go fish!

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After some further investigation,I found the bill numbered HF2921 and under the section 1.16 the amendment is crossed off the bill that says something about March 1st to the following april30th the angling license will be valid.(The mystery continues!)Laterc63

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