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How old do you have to be to get a fishing license in MN?
Title: Fishing Licenses. Alternate Title: Description: All residents of Minnesota, age 16 to 89, must have a current Minnesota fishing license unless an exemption applies. All non-residents need a license except those age 15 and younger do not need a license if a parent or guardian is licensed.
Where can you buy a fishing license in Minnesota?
A Minnesota fishing license can be purchased online from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, by phone, or from a state-approved fishing license agent such as a tackle shop or sporting goods store.
How much does a non resident fishing license cost?
Every state offers annual licenses and most offer a shorter term ranging from one to seven days. The price of each state’s license varies but the average annual license is $25.42 for residents and $61.52 for non residents. Below you find the current price for 2021 fishing licenses in every state.
What are the best fishing lakes in Minnesota?
Many professional anglers agree that the best inland fishing in the United States can be found in Minnesota fishing lakes. Minnesota’s largest lakes are Lake Superior, Lake of the Woods, Red Lake, Mille Lacs Lake, Leech Lake, Lake Vermillion, Rainy Lake, Lake Winnibigoshish, Cass Lake and Lake Pepin.