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dan z

early goose ?

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Do I need to buy state and federal stamps? I know I need a small game lisc and the early permit.

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Yes - You need a state and federal stamp if you are 18 or over.

You also need a special goose permit - This permit is good for the early and late season.

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Make sure your license has the HIP cert spelled out on it also.

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And then just make sure you sign everything to make it valid. And walla! Good to go!

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To confuse you even more, you only need sign the federal stamp beginning this year. If you bought the MN licenses and stamps, they have your name and MNDNR# on them so the state wisened up and passed legislation that doesn't require you to sign them. I don't think anyone ever got more than a warning for those in the past ever since they became electronically licensed anyway, since your name and address were always printed right on the license or stamp.

At any rate, the above answers are all correct.

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Now that you mention it, I think I remember reading that in the regs. Good info Scott!

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