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Dragon Fish ll

Fishing Lisence Question?

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Dragon Fish ll

I Have recently been buying 1 to 5 day fishing lisences all over the place. and is getting kind of expensive. I have looked on line but cant find anything that helps me. I keep a yearly MN lisence as well as Ca and somtimes WI. but now I can be fishing anywhere in the US at any given time was wondering if there is fishing lisence you could purchase for the lower 48 or the whole US.You would think someone going on vacation through more than one state could buy somthing like this. I myself drive truck and touch the whole 48. and cant afford 48 fishing lisences. Any help appreciated

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kslipsinker

I think you are going to have to bite the bullet and purchase the short term licenses. All DNR are state run.

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slick814

Have you tried to contact the US Fish & Game Dept? They may be able to steer you in the direction that you need to be heading.

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slick814

Have you tried to contact the US Fish & Game Dept? They may be able to steer you in the direction that you need to be heading.
fws.gov would be their website

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Dragon Fish ll

Well I bought my yearly for MN today which is the 18 dollars since Ima resident. I already have my Calif lisence { correctly spelled} for the year. from a family visit. and day after tomorow will purchase a texas yearly non res. lisence at the toon of 50 bucks. gets kind of spendy. other wise 25.00 for a 5 day temp non res. in TX. Im going to be doing more than 1 delivery down that way. some nice lakes and rivers in the Waco Dallas areas.speaking of rivers stopped at the Mississippi today down town at old stone bridge an seen alot of big carp but all I could catch were a few small mouth Bass. cpr of course. But back to lisences take California for instance if you didnt have a birth certificate or state ID from there you would have to pay a non res. price of 80.00 dollars for a yearly lisence.so far this year I have bought temp lisences in AL,11.00. Ms.15,NV.19,Va7.00,MN18,CA.30.00WI,34.00,LA. 14.00and and soon tx 50.00. when coming thru the mountains found honey hole full of trout but could not get any to bite and to far to go for a lisence. but would have been CPR anyway. that was in Montana. lots of trout in stream running right on side of main highway. well anyway I Emailed the fish and game and am waiting for a reply in the week to come. if there is such a lisence I will post it on here.

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Dragon Fish ll

Spelling Bad my mistake:: License

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BDR

I agree it's worth a shot to contact Fed. Fish and Game Dept. but I do think they will tell you your only choice is to buy from each state.

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