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fishing license good through April?

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In the outdoor notes of the Duluth News and Tribune this morning, there was a notice that the 2007-2008 fishing license is good until April 30th. I haven't heard anything else about this.

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When my wife bought her license late this season they told us that it would be good through Apr. 15th if I remember correctly. Obviously there is going to be a need for clarification.

Found this link after first posting the above. It says they are good till April 30th.

http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/calendar/app?...=startdate&ae=n

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2007 fishing licenses and Trout stamps are good until April 30th, 2008.

We just received a correction from the DNR that included the trout stamp until the April 30th date.

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GO, are you 100% on the trout stamp?

Thanks for the info!

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I talked to the DNR in St. Paul on Wednesday (??) after receiving a "Corrections to last Newsletter" mailing from them. The letter was vague, hence the direct, clarification call.

They said, Yes, the Trout stamp is also good until April 30th.

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Sweet!

That save a hassle! Thanks!

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Yup thats cool, i double checked the license calander also. 2007 good till 4/30/08.

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