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Fishing License Info...help

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Hey fellas,

I was about to order my license online (non-resident fishing..10 day)

Do I just need my 10 day license and a "conservation" license?

I want to make sure I'm legal.

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Thanks!

I've been on their HSOforum but I wanted to check with the experts and find out first hand.

We will be ice fishing....do we need a trout license to keep lake trout?

I'm hoping all we need is our 10 day and a conservation license.

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Yes, you need the conservation license, and depending what body of water you are fishing on, you may need the warm water stamp also.

Where are you going? I'll look up where your going and let you know if you will need the warm water stamp or not..I picked up the 2009 regs last night

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Hey Danny, my brother and I are still planning on heading your way this summer. Sometime late June through early Sept. Any advice on when might be best???

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Ft.Peck in northeastern MT.

Thanks for helping!!!!

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You will need the conservation + fishing + warm water stamp for Fort Peck. I bought 2 - 2 day fishing licenses and I think the whole thing cost me $45. A 10 day should cost you $58.50.

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DonBo,

Best time is now, IMO (Dec thru early March) but any time will work just fine,( as long as your sister makes them good cinnamon rolls again) just remember we need to get there early in the AM.. They said in the paper this morning that the snow run off is going to be higher than normal, I'll keep you posted on what the flows are going to be.

My cousin and a few of his friends are coming out mid-April. They stay at a lodge and float with guides, I might hook up with them one day.

Maybe I'll have that boat of mine ready by then. I doubt it will be done, that is the last thing on my to do list as of right now.

I started wiring and insulating the pole barn a couple of weeks ago. an as soon as it gets nice out, I need to start fencing and cutting down more of them russian olives.

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Sorry, can't make it this time of year. Too busy with work till later in the summer. Sounds like you're gonna be a busy boy too.

I'll stay in touch.

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