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Fishing license Prices

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California State:
2011 Sport Fishing Fees and Descriptions
Valid January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011
http://www.dfg.ca.gov/licensing/fishing/fishdescrip.html

Annual Sport Fishing Licenses
Resident Sport Fishing - $43.46
Nonresident Sport Fishing - $116.90
Free Sport Fishing License - Low Income Native American - NO FEE
Reduced Fee Sport Fishing License - Low Income Senior - $6.44
Reduced-fee Sport Fishing License - Disabled Veteran - $6.44
Free Sport Fishing License - Mobility Impaired, Blind or Developmentally Disabled - NO FEE
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Short Term Sport Fishing Licenses
One-day Sport Fishing License - $14.04
Two-day Sport Fishing License - $21.86
Ten-day Nonresident Sport Fishing License - $43.46
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Lifetime Fishing Licenses
Ages 0-9 - $ 478.50
Ages 10-39 - $ 781.50
Ages 40-61 - $ 704.25
Ages 62+ - $ 478.50
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Fishing Season Dates and Fees - Colorado Division of Wildlife
Free Fishing Days - You can fish in Colorado without a license only on the first full weekend of June, each year. All other rules and regulations apply.
http://wildlife.state.co.us/Fishing/SeasonDatesAndFees/

License - Resident - Nonresident
Annual (16 and older) $26.00 - $56.00
Combination Small Game & Fishing (If born after 1948, you must show hunter education card) $41.00 - N/A
Senior Annual (64 years and older) $1 Colorado residents only
Five-Day N/A - $21.00
One-Day $9.00 - $9.00
2nd Rod Stamp (Available to licensed residents, licensed nonresidents and youth under 16 years, licensed or unlicensed.) $5.00 - $5.00
*Fees include a 25¢ Search and Rescue Fee and a 75¢ PEAC surcharge.
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Texas Parks and Wildlife - Recreational Hunting and Fishing Licenses
http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/business/licenses/public/recreational/
213 - Resident One-Day All-Water Fishing Resident $11.00
214 - Non-Resident One-Day All-Water Fishing Non-Resident $16.00
231 - Resident Freshwater Fishing Package Resident $30.00
232 - Resident Saltwater Fishing Package Resident $35.00
233 - Resident All Water Fishing Package Resident $40.00
234 - Senior Resident Freshwater Fishing Package Resident $12.00
235 - Senior Resident Saltwater Fishing Package Resident $17.00
236 - Senior Resident All Water Fishing Package Resident $22.00
244 - Special Resident All-Water Fishing (legally blind) Resident $7.00
250 - NR Freshwater Fishing Package Non-Resident $58.00
251 - NR Saltwater Fishing Package Non-Resident $63.00
252 - NR All Water Fishing Package Non-Resident $68.00
256 - Freshwater Fishing Stamp Resident and Non-Resident $5.00
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Fishing Season Dates and Fees - Colorado Division of Wildlife
Free Fishing Days - You can fish in Colorado without a license only on the first full weekend of June, each year. All other rules and regulations apply.
Fishing Season Dates and Fees - Colorado Division of Wildlife

License - Resident - Nonresident
Annual (16 and older) $26.00 - $56.00
Combination Small Game & Fishing (If born after 1948, you must show hunter education card) $41.00 - N/A
Senior Annual (64 years and older) $1 Colorado residents only
Five-Day N/A - $21.00
One-Day $9.00 - $9.00
2nd Rod Stamp (Available to licensed residents, licensed nonresidents and youth under 16 years, licensed or unlicensed.) $5.00 - $5.00
*Fees include a 25¢ Search and Rescue Fee and a 75¢ PEAC surcharge.
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Here in over-regulated - over taxed NY

Resident License Type Fee
Senior (70+/Military Disability) $ 5.00
Annual Fishing $ 29.00
7 day fishing $ 15.00
1 day fishing $ 5.00
Sportsman1
(including fishing) $ 47.00
Super Sportsman2
(including fishing) $ 88.00
Conservation Legacy3
(including fishing) $ 96.00
Non-Resident License Fees (2010-2011) Non-Resident License Type Fee
Annual Fishing $70.00
7 day Fishing $ 35.00
1 day Fishing $ 15.00
Super Sportsman2 $ 250.00
 
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Ohio
For persons age 16 through 65 who have resided in Ohio for the past 6 months.$19.00
Resident Senior Fishing License $10.00
Annual Nonresident License $40.00

Pennsylvania
Resident $ 22.70
Resident Lifetime [age 65 and over] $ 51.70
Trout/Salmon Permit $ 9.70
Lake Erie Permit $ 9.70
Non-resident $ 52.70
If you want to eat fish You may be better off catching your own, since most of the Ocean waters are now contaminated with Oil,Mecury or Radioactivity . Fish from Walmart and others are mainly from China and we know how sanitary they are . Tuna is mostly from Thailand
 
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My fishing poles have about 5 years of dust and cobwebs on them due to the cost of licenses..... Oh well more time for other hobbies.
 
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Ontario, Canada.

ONTARIO RESIDENTS

3 Year Outdoors Card - $9.68 (Must have to buy a license other than 1 Day Lic.)
1 Year sports Fishing Lic. - $27.20
1 Year Conservation Lic. - $15.62 (generally 1/2 the limits allowed)
1 Day Sport Fishing Lic. - $12.38

CANADIAN RESIDENTS

3 Year Outdoors Card - $9.68 (Must have to buy a license other than 1 Day Lic.)
1 Year sports Fishing Lic. - $50.64
1 Year Conservation Lic. - $30.43 (generally 1/2 the limits allowed)
1 Day Sport Fishing Lic. - $12.38

NON CANADIAN RESIDENTS

3 Year Outdoors Card - $9.68 (Must have to buy a license other than 1 or 8 Day Lic.)
1 Year sports Fishing Lic. - $76.49
1 Year Conservation Lic. - $47.13 (generally 1/2 the limits allowed)
1 Day Sport Fishing Lic. - $20.75
8 Day Sport Fishing Lic. - $49.02
8 Day Conservation Fishing Lic. - $28.27 (generally 1/2 the limits allowed)

For Ontario & Canadian Residents under 18 or over 65 years of age & disabled residents(certain conditions apply) they are deemed to be Sport Fishing License holders - FREE
 
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Here in Michigan you got $28 for an "All-Species" license, then $15 for a restricted, which doesn't include trout, salmon, and Herring I believe. Both expire in a year.

I buy the restricted license every year because the lakes I fish dont include trout and salmon. Im just a Walleye, Pike, Bass, Perch kinda person.
 

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I don't know how it is in other states, but here in CO, I believe the CDOW is completely self-funded through fees and fines - no taxpayer $$.
 
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N.H. Fishing License Prices for 2011

License type Fishing (freshwater)

Annual fee
NH RESIDENT $35.00
NONRESIDENT $53.00

1-day Fishing (freshwater)
NH RESIDENT $10.00
NONRESIDENT $15.00

3-day Fishing (freshwater)
NH RESIDENT N/A
NONRESIDENT $28.00

7-day Fishing (freshwater)
NH RESIDENT N/A
NONRESIDENT $35.00

Recreational Saltwater Fishing
NH RESIDENT $11.00*
NONRESIDENT $11.00*

*effective 7/1/2011 (was $16)
 
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This year for Maryland I paid $20.50 for resident non-tidal, $5 for a trout stamp, and $20ish for a resident tidal.
 
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Looks like we have it good in VA.

For just basics.
Resident annual freshwater: $23 It was raised sometime this year from $18.
Resident annual saltwater: $17.50

We have reciprocity with MD for parts of the Potomac River. My saltwater license is also valid for the Chesapeake Bay and all MD coastal waters.
 
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