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New License Needed April 1

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Just a reminder that new license are needed April 1 in North Dakota. Residents, get the sportsman license. It's a little cheaper if you hunt also.

Non-residents you have the best bargain going when you fish in North Dakota. Less crowds and much, much much less spendy license fees that your state soaks non-residents for. grin.gif

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How much is a out of state license? I know MN is more , more lakes a n d people .. I lived in GF for 30 years, only fished DL a couple times! Always went the other direction , lotw, ... how long do you expect the ice to last there? LOTW should be fine as usual into april again.

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Free Fishing Days - Residents of North Dakota may fish without a resident fishing license on June 3 and June 4, 2000, and on June 2 and June 3, 2001. Paddlefish may not be taken without the appropriate tag or license during the free fishing days.

ND License Fees

Resident Fishing, Hunting & Furbearer Certificate - $1.00
Resident Single - $10.00
Resident Husband and Wife - $14.00
Resident, 65 years or older - $3.00
Resident, Disabled (from Bismarck office only) - $3.00
Resident Sportsmen's License (16 years or older - includes fishing, small game, general game and habitat, and furbearer licenses) - $27.00
Nonresident Fishing, Hunting & Furbearer Certificate - $2.00
Nonresident Single - $25.00
Nonresident Husband and Wife - $35.00
Nonresident Seven Days - $15.00
Nonresident Three Days - $10.00
Retail Bait Vendor - $15.00
Retail Bait Vendor (if white suckers are sold) - $75.00
All paddlefish snaggers must possess a paddlefish tag in addition to other licenses and certificates that are required.

A resident paddlefish tag is $3.00, a nonresident paddlefish tag is $7.50


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