Before you take the boat out, make sure the registration is current... It's better to do it now than remember it the day you're on the way to Lucky Peak Lake!

The good news is, here in the state of Idaho it's cheap AND easy to get these things done. Idaho Parks and Recreation recommends that you get this stuff done as soon as possible, however... According to their news release on April 6th, 2021:

"It’s that time of year again and Idaho State Parks and Recreation would like to remind everyone to get their Invasive Species Stickers, ATV/UTV/boat registration, and annual passes sooner rather than later. For more information on recreational registrations and permits, visit parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/registration-permits."

For me, it was super easy to jump online and register my boat, even though it was previously registered and titled in Nevada. I was able to complete the entire process for about $35 and all I needed was the title in my hand. I didn't have to go to the DMV or anything crazy like that, it was a very simple process, but one that could be frustrating if you waited until the weekend you planned to take your boat out.

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The good news is, you can print out a temporary proof of registration so you can get out on the water but the actual registration sticker could take up to seven days to arrive, and if it's a new registration, you also have to track down new stickers, all things to think about!

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