Bismarck, N.D. Fish house users are reminded that licenses for permanent or portable fish houses are no longer needed in North Dakota. The law, which was required for both residents and nonresidents, was repealed by the 1999 Legislature.

Anglers must still identify their fish houses if they intend to
leave them unoccupied at any time. That ID must include, in
three-inch letters and numbers, the owner’s name and address or
phone number. Unidentified houses left on the ice may be removed
and destroyed by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.

The NDGFD also reminds anglers the new perch limit, instituted
this past April to reduce overharvest, is 50 fish daily, 250 in
possession.

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