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dewoutdoor70

can kids keep limit

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I stand corrected: Two or more people can fish and keep limits as a "party". Here is the actual regulation from the MN state regs.

97C.317 Fishing as a party.

While two or more persons are taking fish by angling as a
party, the total number of fish taken and the total number of
fish possessed by the party may not exceed the limit of the
number of persons in the party that may take and possess fish by
angling. For the purpose of this section, a party means:

(1) for persons who are not on the water, the persons are
maintaining unaided visual and vocal contact;

(2) for persons who are on frozen water surfaces, the
persons are maintaining unaided visual and vocal contact; and

(3) for persons who are on open water surfaces, the persons
are angling from a single watercraft.

HIST: 1989 c 153 s 3; 2002 c 323 s 17

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"I'd rather be fishing"

Mike

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I was told some time ago that the underage anglers could fish but couldn't keep fish without a license. Since I had a license I could keep fish he caught as long as I didn't go beyond my limit, but the kid could only keep fish if he bought a license. Is it true? Was it ever true?

ice

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It is per legal angler.So if your a resident and don't have to get a license until 16 you can keep a limit for those under 16.
This also applies to hunting,per legal hunter.
Ryan Hale

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