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Me and a couple buddys are planning on a trip to URL either next week or the week after?. My question is What is the rule with a permanent house after March 15th? If we come up after the 15th, can we still stay overnight as long as its occupied? We were planning on setting the house down, doing some hole hopping during the day and then settling in from evening to morning. Any help would be great.

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I just read the regs book and might have answered my own question. It says houses on lakes North of the line may remain on ice between midnight and 1 hour before sunrise when occupied. I hope this is right.

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LABS4ME

You are correct... as long as they are occupied, t is up to the owner if they remain on the ice.

Good Luck!

Ken

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