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Bobber Down
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 09:45 PM 08/07/06 (CST)
Hey,
I know there are a lot of you out there with young kids and here is my tip of the day. If you have young children, under the age of 4, and they are interested in the outdoors, you can purchase a lifetime license for them at a discount. I sent in my nephews today, it cost me $357.00, which is not bad considering that's a lifetime sportsmans license. I figure I spend about $38.00 a year on mine and he will never have to buy one for himself, so I saved him some good money. grin smiley I think after they turn 4 the price doubles to about $700.00. So, if you think you have some young family members that may become sportsman/women in the future, you may want to think about giving them the gift of a lifetime! Just something I thought you all should know about.


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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 07:17 AM 08/08/06 (CST)
My question is what happens when the son or daughter get married? Are you still saving them money or costing them more because there spouse needs to buy one every year?



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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 07:58 AM 08/08/06 (CST)
She'll stay home for the most part,unless you get lucky to find one that has gills.So BD,you did a good thing,but SB has a point.

I'm thinking of getting a lifetime sporties liscence.



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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 08:02 AM 08/08/06 (CST)
SB,
That's a good question, I guess it didn't cross my mind. I suppose that depends on how big a family they have, and if it's worth it to buy a family license or not. I just thought it was a great idea, because whether they live in MN or not it's good for the rest of their lives. Once the kids get to be 16 they have to be on their own anyway, so if the family does come into play, it's not forever. Out of their whole life there might be 15-20 yrs, that it's a wash and not saving any money. Regardless, I think in the long run it's a great gift for them.


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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 08:03 AM 08/08/06 (CST)
CK,
I'm thinking about it too, but I never seem to have the money for myself.


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CrappieKeith
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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 08:19 AM 08/08/06 (CST)
Let's see fishing liscence,small game,trout stamp,pheasant stamp,fed.& state stamps migratory waterfoul ,bear permit,moose permit
how much would this all be..hmmm....oh crap goose pit pass.Good thing I have gear or I'd need another mortgage.
Now I need to buy ammo.



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