Permit Applications for Minnow Dealers Who Want to Harvest Minnows in Designated Infested Waters

Minnow Dealers who would like to harvest minnows in designated infested waters must annually complete aquatic invasive species training and pass an exam, in addition to submitting the appropriate permit application(s) by March 1 of the license year in which they plan to work in designated infested waters.

 

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Eurasian watermilfoil

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with Eurasian watermilfoil (40.97 K, 3 pages)

faucet snail

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with faucet snail (74.47 K, 3 pages)

flowering rush

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with flowering rush (41.47 K, 3 pages)

spiny waterflea

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with spiny water flea
(321.32 K, 4 pages)

starry stonewort

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with starry stonewort.
(101 K, 4 pages)

zebra mussel

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with zebra mussel (48.67 K, 3 pages)

faucet snail and zebra mussel

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with faucet snail and zebra mussel (77.59 K, 3 pages)

Lake Mille Lacs

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with Eurasian watermilfoil, spiny waterflea, and zebra mussel (Lake Mille Lacs) (48.95 K, 3 pages)

Lake Leech

Permit application to harvest minnows in waters designated infested with Eurasian watermilfoil and zebra mussel (Lake Leech) (113 K, 4 pages)

Lake Winnibigoshish

Permit application to harvest minnows in designated infested waters (for Lake Winnibigoshish and connected waters only) (47.09 K, 4 pages)