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Ok i gotta get my license for my spear house, since i will have the license on there i dont need a drivers license number or dnr number written on the house because my dnr number is on the house license correct???

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i dont need a drivers license number or dnr number written on the house because my dnr number is on the house license correct???

I'm pretty sure you'll need to put your DNR# in 2" high letters to be legal.

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you'll need to put your DNR# in 2" high letters to be legal.Permant shacks will need a tag with 2 inch #'s also.But you can buy a 3 year tag for them now.They made these changes last season.You do not need one for a portable, just the DNR # or License.

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From the state statues:

97C.355 SHELTERS ON ICE; DARK HOUSES AND FISH HOUSES.

Subdivision 1.Identification required.

All shelters on the ice of state waters, including dark houses and fish houses, must have: (1) the owner's name and address, (2) the owner's driver's license number, or (3) the "MDNR#" license identification number issued to the owner legibly displayed on the exterior with characters at least two inches high.

Subd. 2.License required.

A person may not leave a dark house or fish house unattended on the ice at any time between midnight and one hour before sunrise unless the house is licensed and has a license tag attached to the exterior in a readily visible location, except as provided in this subdivision. The commissioner must issue a tag with a dark house or fish house license, marked with a number to correspond with the license and the year of issue. A dark house or fish house license is not required of a resident on boundary waters where the adjacent state does not charge a fee for the same activity.

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YES!! You MUST have one of the acceptable forms of ID on the house. Using your D.L. number can give identity thieves a start on your info. Probably the safest ID is your DNR number.Phred52

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