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Selling Bullheads....?

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It depends on how you go about it. There is some information available on line. You can shoot me an e-mail if you want.

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To answer your question: A permit is required.

Point of clarification - you are not selling bullheads, you are selling minnows.

Bullheads under 7" are considered minnows and thus it is legal to transport them alive. If they are over 7" they are rough fish and it is illegal to transport them alive.

Here is the reference I am basing this on. Page 70, 2009 Minnesota Fishing Regulations under Minnows and Leeches:

- A DNR permit is required to possess more than 24 dozen minnows or leeches; to sell, export or import; or to take minnows or leeches from designated trout waters.

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It depends on how you go about it.

Too True grin

Yep Steve is right on the money.

Ah the bullhead crack addiction! What else will cause you to drive a 100 miles on a whim? I relapsed last weekend. Looking back I wish I had not frown. Like to keep an open mind when it comes to switching up baits and especially this time of year. But!! Bullheads are the only wonder bait that get you 50 and 60lb fish. smirk

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What else will cause you to drive a 100 miles on a whim?

To catch Bullheads? Whoa!

Although I've driven much further to shoot 4 Mallards, or catch a few Walleyes on the big pond...

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- A DNR permit is required to possess more than 24 dozen minnows or leeches.

but if you have less then that you don't need one... right?

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Ya woodduck. Read the other bullhead thread. grin

Buckkiller only need a permit then to legaly sell them as minnows. Personal use no permit needed.

To sell 1, 100, 200 or a 1000 minnows you need to be a bait dealer which requires a permit.

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Minnow dealer ®

$ 310.00

Minnow dealer - exporting ®

$ 700.00

Minnow dealer vehicle ®

$ 15.00

Minnow dealer vehicle - exporting ®

$ 15.00

Minnow retail vehicle

$ 15.00

Minnow retailer

$ 47.00

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I should get an old ice cream truck and drive around to the landings selling bait and treats.

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I know a little tune you could make it play whistle

grin

On a serious note, not a bad idea though wink

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I know a little tune you could make it play whistle

grin

On a serious note, not a bad idea though wink

Samsquantch Bullheads!

"Bullheads so good they'll make you J in your P!"

The problem is with my idea is...I'd rather be "On a Boat" than sellin bait.

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hahaha Nice Dreams!

Here's an extra one don't give them to your chillen. Theyre good bullheads...trip out

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Originally Posted By: shackbash
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hahaha Nice Dreams!

Here's an extra one don't give them to your chillen. Theyre good bullheads...trip out

we got BROWNS and YELLOWS man....

or you could go on the wally the beerman approach to the idea

get your bullies, fresh bullies here laugh

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The more I think about that idea rushing I like it. Like Dtro said I think it is a pretty killer idea wink

Not Wally but elwood's idea in trial:

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we could get a couple of the Hooters girls to sell them grin then I dont think anyone would argue with t he price laugh

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We could call them "Head Girls" haha with black and white outfits...

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Originally Posted By: shackbash
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hahaha Nice Dreams!

Here's an extra one don't give them to your chillen. Theyre good bullheads...trip out

I happen to stumble on this and it reminded me of your post rushing grin

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Any one go forward with this idea yet?

I think I found a new "save the flathead's" theme song wink My boy and I will sit down and hammer it out tonight grin

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