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Slip-ups happen frequently, and state's conservation officers acknowledge it in their responses


January 10, 2020

C.B. Bylander • Special to the Star Tribune

Conservation officer Jim Guida, right, recently checked the fishing license of Dan Curtis of Mankato. They were on Lake Edward near Nisswa, Minn.

It is a quaint idiom, the honest mistake.

Yet honest mistakes - errors made unwittingly and without malice - are common in outdoor recreation. It is no surprise. The Minnesota hunting and trapping regulations booklet runs more than 100 pages. The fishing regulations booklet is nearly 100 pages. Separate regulation books exist for all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), waterfowl hunting and more. It is not difficult to trip into trouble while having fun.


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