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					License to Fish



Fishing is just one of the many forms of relaxation people do these days with either friends or family. It is a
time for bonding and a great escape from the pressures of daily life.


To be able to fish, a person needs to get a fishing license since this is requirement by law and the regulations
regarding fishing varies from one state to the other.


In some states, 2 licenses are needed. One is called the Conservation license which is a prerequisite before
one can obtain a fishing license.


Getting a license to fish is quite different from the time a person needed to get a drivers license. The person
does not have to take an exam or get a student’s permit before being issued one.


The Conservation license can be obtained from the Fish, Wildlife & Parks or FWP. This is done by giving
one’s social security number and other information that is requested. A valid driver’s license or any valid ID
with photo must also be presented for security purposes for the license to be processed.


The fishing license allows a person to fish or possess any aquatic creature as long as it is authorized by the
state’s fishing regulations. This license is neither non-transferable nor non-refundable and is only valid for
one year or season.


Since fishing licenses as mentioned earlier vary from state to state, a fishing license can either be a resident
license or a non-resident license. For one to qualify for a resident license, that person must have resided in
that certain location for a period of time such as 6 months, should be a local tax payer , must be a registered
voter, purchased a vehicle and have a valid driver’s issued from that state. In addition, one must not possess
or apply for any resident hunting, fishing or trapping privileges in another state or country.


A non-resident can fish in another state as long as the person is accompanied by someone who resides in that
state.


There is no age limit for anyone to acquire a fishing license. People both young and old can obtain it.
Usually a person who is below 11 years of age can get a fishing license for free. People who are older than
that have to pay a certain fee to acquire it.


With the paper work in proper order, one can just grab the proper gear, a boat and start having some fun
being close with nature.


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