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License question?

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I remember last year they extended the time when a fishing license expires until the end of april but it was not on the license. Now I just checked my license to see if that held true this year and it is contraditory. It says Expires FEB 28th 2009 and then below that it says Eff. 03/01/2008-4/30/2009. So which is it feb 28th or april 30 that it expires. With it printed that way I could see one conservation officer giving a person a ticket and another not giving a ticket for fishing between feb 28th and april 30. Anyone know for sure what is the correct date of expiration.

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They are good until the fishing opener,then you have to buy a new one,from what I understand.

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They are good until the fishing opener,then you have to buy a new one,from what I understand.

Not true Apr. 30 is the last day

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where it says feb 28 they state "(unless otherwise specified)"

Apr. 30 is the day it expires

Thank you for the correction.

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Originally Posted By: FISHNHUNT4EVER
where it says feb 28 they state "(unless otherwise specified)"

Apr. 30 is the day it expires

Thank you for the correction.

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My brother sells licenses and he said its a glitch the dnr haven't corrected yet

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Anyone know anything about trout stamps? It says that it expires Feb 28th and I don't see anywhere on it where it gives a different date like the fishing license.

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Check the DNR HSOforum, all the answers to your questions are there. I looked at it last night and if I remember right, all stamps/licenses expire April 30th.

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But the season ends March 31, shows updated in the regs for stream trout and lake trout.

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