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Minnesota 2007 fishing licenses valid through April 30

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hot off the presses. Should help clarify any confusion out there.

DNR NEWS - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FEBRUARY 28, 2008

Media contact: Ron Payer, DNR fisheries section chief, (651) 297-5229.

Minnesota 2007 fishing licenses valid through April 30

A legislative change effective Aug. 1, 2007 extended the expiration date of 2007 fishing licenses for resident and nonresident anglers through April 30, 2008, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Any stamps or tags to harvest particular species also are valid through April 30, 2008.

Angling licenses, stamps and tags for 2008, which will be effective from March 1 through April 30, 2009, went on sale Feb. 18.

Fishing licenses are required for resident anglers age 16 and older and all nonresidents. Nonresidents younger than 16 may fish without a license if a parent or guardian who is licensed accompanies them.

Licenses can be purchased in person at one of 1,750 statewide Electronic License System agents, online at mndnr.gov or by phone at 1-888-MNLICEN (665-4236). There is a $3.50 convenience fee for telephone or online purchases.

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What is the Deal-e-o with that Julio?

I heard that is to spring there big round of new reg changes. Great -- they had better listen to Da Hitman

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in english hitman...

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i dont understand why they are implimenting the changes mid season, all i think it is doing is messing with everyone. for one the muskie rule, i dont fish muskie but stupid none the less. i just think they should wait a season to initiate new rules.

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