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The easiest way to get your temporary or annual fishing licenses is to click on the appropriate state’s BUY NOW button below, fill out the required information and print out your license. We have included a chart listing this year’s fees.


2014 California Fishing License Info

Type/Duration of License Resident Non-Resident
One-Day Sport Fishing License $14.86 $14.86
Two-Day Sport Fishing License $23.25 $23.25
Ten-Day Sport Fishing License N/A $46.44
Annual Sport Fishing License valid from January 1 through December 31, 2014 $46.44 $124.77
A fishing license is required for any angler 16 or older.
California offers two free fishing days in 2014. Those dates are July 5th and September 6th. No license is required but all standard fishing regulations are in effect including limits and tackle restrictions.
More information on these licenses and other available licenses is available on the California Department of Fish and Game website. If you are purchasing an annual license make sure that you allow enough time to receive your permanent license in the mail before the trip.

 


2014 Nevada Fishing License Info

Type/Duration of License Resident Non-Resident
One-Day Sport Fishing License (includes trout stamp privileges) $9.00 $18.00
Each consecutive additional day (must be purchased with a one-day) $3.00 $7.00
Junior Annual Fishing License (ages 12-15) $13.00 $21.00
Annual Adult Fishing License valid from March 1, 2014 through February 28, 2015 (ages 16+) $29.00 $69.00
Nevada Trout Stamp $10.00 $10.00
Nevada offers one free fishing day in 2014. That date is June 7, 2014. No license is required but all standard fishing regulations are in effect including limits and tackle restrictions.
A Nevada Trout Stamp is required with any junior or adult annual license if the angler is fishing for trout. Children under the age of 12 and one-day or multi-day temporary license holders are exempt from having to purchase a trout stamp. Please see the regulations as listed on the link below for full details.
More information on these licenses and other available licenses is available on the Nevada Department of Wildlife website.
Beginning January, 1, 2013, boaters will be required to purchase an Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) decal from the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) prior to operating their vessel on Nevada waters. Most float tubes and pontoon boats will not be required to obtain this sticker, but any kayak, canoe, boat or vessel that can “retain” water will have to purchase this sticker and display on the vessel as indicated. Please check the regulations for yourself at the NDOW website for the AIS program. There are descriptions and pictures to help you determine if your vessel needs a sticker.