The Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that a new fishing license season begins Wednesday, April 1, which coincides with the new regulation cycle. All 2014 fishing licenses are good through March 31, 2015.
Anglers have five options to choose from when making their purchases. All fishing licenses are good for all species.
- • Resident Annual – $26
- • Non-Resident Annual – $68
- • Senior Annual (for residents age 65 or older) – $11
- • 24-Hour (resident or non-resident) – $10
- • 72-Hour (resident or non-resident) – $30
Residents and non-residents also can purchase the Hunt/Fish combo license for $76 and $266, respectively, which consists of a base license, annual fishing license and two deer tags. A base license is not required when just purchasing a fishing license. There is also a Hunt/Fish combo license available to senior residents for $43.