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For my 3 year old to get his little snoopy rods line wet? or does he need a license.

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thanks guys, and thanks wally, but i have a couple pretty good spots for gills, cant wait to see the look on his face, just hope he doesn't through the rod in the water , heh, heh.
as far as him keeping a couple, what are the rules on that? Or is it just catch n release for that age? which is fine, but if I know my little boy well enough, he will raise heck with me on that first one he catches if I try to throw it back, then again I guess I have my own limit as well, so that was kind of a stupid question, heh!

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As far as limits go, i am pretty sure each child can keep their own limit.

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Take your boy with you, then as long as you have equipment for him your limits double on all species.
God lyk!
JC

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Resident children under 16 can keep a limit. Non-reseident children under 16 can fish but not keep a limit.

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Chris, non resident children under 16 can catch and keep a limit if the parent has purchased a "Family License". That was the bigest reason I bought one.

Please correct me if I'm wrong - hopefully before it's too late, LOL!

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Dano2 -
Aquaman's the name, and fishing with kids is my game (like I have much of a choice!) and if you are interested in West Metro shore spots, I'll throw up a post on "Shore Fishing".
Both my 2 & 4 year old fish with me, and my 2-year old battled an 18" bowfin the other evening - her 1st fish on the new Scooby Doo (her other one got broken by some carp). Don't have to worry about her horsing fish too fast - she's so enthralled with the sensation that she reels reeeaaaallllyyyyy slowly and kind of savors it. Cool.

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Peace and Fishes

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Ney Yankee,

You are correct. Here's the link.

MN Liscensing

Click on the nonresident family liscense and the info is there.

Borch

[This message has been edited by Borch (edited 07-01-2003).]

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New Yankee

I stand corrected. A youth can possess a limit under the family license, or if they purchased their own.

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I pitched those Snoopy and Scooby Do poles. Most are junk and a nightmare. I gave my kids ice fishing poles with small spinning reels on them and couldn't have been happier. Eliminated 90% of the reels tangles and they learned how to cast a lot faster. (Not to mention updating my previously sorry collection of ice fishing rods).
Try it you'll like it, so will the kids.
Just my two cents worth.

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