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Personally I've had my name, city and state on my portable. It is in big red block 4 inch letters. I've been checked by the DNR at least 15 times and they have never mentioned the ID as being insufficent. I would be concerned with idenity theft if using your drivers license or fishing license numbers.

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Do you need this info on all houses or just permanents? I have a clam and have my house liscense attached to the zipper. Is this enough?

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I think the law says anything with three or more sides and a roof has too.There is something else in the law about where these numbers have to be displayed.Above the door?
Or something like that .I'm sure it's in the rules and regs.Just don't have one in front of me.

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only your DL # need be nessary. no need to put both.

the wording in the regs should be clarifyed a little better.
but all you need to put on your house is one of the options.
#1 your name and address like the old days.

#2 your DL #

#3 your fishing license number


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