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Hi, just wondering if anyone could help me out? I am looking at possible coming out, from Minnesota, and fishing Devils lake during the first week of Feb. I am wondering how much out state liscense cost, and how easy it would be to find a place to stay at and fish. Are there any special regs. I need to know about? Also what is the limit on perch? Thanks to one and all on helping me out.

Kevin

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Check out the devils lake chamber of commerce web site. Links to everything. Just do an internet search and you should be well on your way!!!!

We went last year in mid Feb and this year we will be goin again. Email me if you would like to hear my experiences last year....

[email protected]

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KB1965.
The North Dakota Game and Fish depepartment HSOforum should get you everything you need from a license to regulations and requirements. Good Luck.

Perchpapa

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non res fishing license $27.00
buying bait in ND $10.00
buying beer in ND $20.00

Hot bite of 2# Jumbo perch Priceless

Tully

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The perch limit is 35.

Please everyone, don't think you'll come to Devils Lake and catch 35 two pound perch. You are just setting yourself up for disapointment. Be realistic about things and have fun.

A non-resident three day license is 10 dollars, a 7 dayer is 10.

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Kevin Neve's Devils Lake Guide Service
fishingminnesota.com/kevin-neve-guiding/
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 701-473-5411 or 701-351-4989
Minnewaukan ND

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