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Over xmas break i am going to go up and stay with my girlfriend in the cites for a few days but she has to work during the day..i said no problem ill go icefishing while u work grin.gif...but i need to know what lisences that minnesotas requires so i can plan on bringing my new xltwin or not. hopefully the dnr wont break my bank too bad...any help would be appreciated

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You will need a shelter license and a resindent/ or non resident license.
Good luck and do it safe

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That is very little $$$ considering what it would cost you to go hunting in S.D and N.D

No whinning because the cost to go to ND and SD is a sore subject to many MNoutdoors people.

Good luck and enjoy.

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No shelter license required in ND (and other states).

Wish it was that way here. Especially for portables. That, I cannot understand. If it's staying overnight and unoccupied then yes it should have a license, but otherwise no. It keeps coming up in the legislature but never seems to go very far.

[This message has been edited by LMITOUT (edited 12-10-2003).]

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I agree. I don't mind putting a license on my fish house, but one for the portable is a bit extreme. I'm still sore over the $100 South Dakota hunting license I had to buy, and at that price it's only good for two five day blocks.

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i wasnt trying to come off as complaining about the price, i just dont have any money right now thats all... guess i shouldnt have spent 400 on the a new xltwin, 100 on a digital camera, and 215 on a trip to florida all right before xmas thats all grin.gif ill live and its a small price to pay for a little bit of fun over break

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gvg_uwec:

I didn't take your concerns as whining.

Money matters. And when you want to come to Minnesota from out of state and fish for a couple days and it costs that much, it's a problem.

I've lived in North Dakota and Wisconsin for many years while our family maintained a cabin north of Bemidji, so I've been buying out-of-state family licenses and fish shelter licenses and what have you for a long time. On the one hand, it's cheap as entertainment goes, and on the other it's been a pain in the, well, you know.

So I understand what you mean. Come and fish and have a blast. grin.gif

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holy dump its gonna cost me 45 bucks to keep busy when i go visit her. 25 for a 7day lisence and 20 for a shelter lisense oh well, 3 days of fishing should be worth it

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I'm pretty sure MN lets out-of-state students buy resident licenses, I know they did a few years ago. I think it's a great thing for MN to do this. I had a WI friend in college and all he did was go down to the local Fleet Farm and buy a license w/ his Student I.D. card. But now that they swipe your driver's license, I don't know if this is what they still do.

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Yes as long as you are a college student going to school in MN you can get a resident license even if you are from out of state. All you need is your student ID. ND never did that the whole time I went to school non resident license the whole time for me now I am done with school they are doing it too. I live in ND now so I give my dad money to buy my shelter tag for me and then I put his drivers license number on my or wait his house and I am legal. I bought the Lifetime License before I moved so no my cost for license in MN anymore.

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Yes- I do agree! Come and fish MN because you'll have a great experience.
The cost is something to consider and is a pain in the butt.
But each state has it's little quirks. If you can get over that...you'll have a great time regardless.

Enjoy and tight lines!

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Have your Girlfreind buy the shelter licenses… (It is hers RIGHT) wink.gif

The out of state fishing licenses is not possible to get around.


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