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    Prayer Request getting title/reg. for canoe

    It is not as simple as it might seem, went through the MSHP inspection, boat was clear, no record on the vin. so far so good, Take form to license bureau, Lady does her thing, computer wont accept her code, she calls Jeffernson City, they tell her what to do, bingo computer spits out the paper work,,, I pay, go home, 7 days later I get letter, Nope not going to issue title. need bill of sale, price, year of boat,bla, bla, Well I call, and talk to a Lady she tells me that they should not have said boat, but canoe, so she told me what to do, I did it, hope it works, Life aint easy for a boy named beagle.
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    Dang what a hassle

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    I have a canoe that I bought without a title 45 years ago. I don't think I can get a bill of sale on it. Why do you need a title for a canoe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSL Angler View Post
    I have a canoe that I bought without a title 45 years ago. I don't think I can get a bill of sale on it. Why do you need a title for a canoe?
    I am going to put a trolling motor on it, and well the law says it has to be reg. and numbered.

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    They need to change that, I was going to put a troller on a pond hopper until I found out you had to register it.

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    Crap!
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    Yep, any vessel thatís propelled by any kind of motor has to be registered. Even if itís a trolling motor. There really should be an exception for canoes imho


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    what if you are putting a 14 foot jon boat on a private pond with a trolling motor does it have to be registered? i didn't think so but maybe i need to check into that. i have been doing that for 20 years and never given it a second thought that i was doing something illegal.

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    spoofhound who knows, but I am putting in on the Flat Creek and some small MDC lakes, so I am taking no chances, No I do know I never gave it a second thought when I put the canoe on my pond. but if you go public best be safe and reg.same.

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