How to get a Minnesota fishing license without having to pay $200-$300 per day for the privilege

A Minnesota resident is using his fishing license to get out of paying the $200 per day he was required to pay to get his license.

Michael Lipsky’s license is valid for fishing, but he only has the ability to fish for two years per year.

He said he is using it to save money.

“It’s a little bit of a struggle to justify paying $200,” Lipski said.

“You know what I’m saying?

I could buy a car.

You can’t just take the car out and go out and fish.”

Lipski also said that he does not have the money to buy a boat, which he said he doesn’t have any plans to do.

“I’m not looking for a boat,” Linski said, adding that he hopes to have a boat by next summer.

He said he also plans to have his fish truck out and to have the license on his credit card for the next three years.

“This is not the way to go,” Lipki said about his fishing plan.

He added that he’s also planning to put the license in a bank account and get rid of his credit cards to make up for the money he’s spending on his license fee.

“If I had a credit card, I could go out fishing and pay a couple bucks a day for a year, pay the money, and then buy a new boat,” he said.

Lipsky said he plans to sell the boat and give the money back to the state to cover the fishing license fee and other fees.