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Old 02-17-2016, 06:51 PM   #1
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Let's Go Fishing

But let's get a license first.

And, let's not let this slide off the road, but this is pretty common (at least where I've been), and it seems like it cost more to have it written than they would collect....

AZ Game and Fish.
Non-resident annual $55.00
But how about disabled vets?

https://www.azgfd.com/license/specia...e/disabledvets

"Disabled Veteran*-*A person must show certification from the Veteran's Administration confirming permanent service connected disabilities rated as 100 percent disabling, plus one or more consecutive years as a bona fide Arizona resident immediately preceding application for license."

100%, Permanant, Service Connected disability and A Resident.

With those qualifications the license should come with a nice Shimano reel.
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And the other Az Discount is pretty good too. The Pioneer. 70 or over and 25 year resident.

I hear of towns in AZ growing by 35,000 people in the winter. They should hand out fishing licenses at the border and point us to the nearest tackle shop. Ka Ching Lol.

All kidding aside, $55.00 isn't bad. But as we travel around it could add up with this tag and that. Haven't done much fishing at all really in the first year full time, but always checking out the landscape and situation.

I usually hunt for guides. I figure if someone is making money going fishing, there might actually be some catching going on.

Got a fish story or info. Drop anchor here, no wake, no trolling.
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Old 02-18-2016, 07:30 AM   #2
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I got a non-resident in Kentucky last summer and tried some Muskie fishing. No luck. We travel there every summer to see my wifes family. This past year we stayed a week at Cave Run Lake.
I wont go to a campground with out a place to fish. The one we frequent here in Nebraska is on a river. We cat fish all weekend.

This a friend of mine with my 2 yr old and our lunch.
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Looks like a pretty good lunch.
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Florida requires a separate license for both Freshwater and Saltwater. Annual for resident is $17 (each) For Non-resident, a 3 day license is $17 for each, 7 day for $30 and annual for $47.
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Military Gold Sportsman's License $20 annual- (includes Saltwater Fishing, Hunting and Freshwater Fishing licenses; and Snook, Lobster, Wildlife Management Area, Archery, Muzzleloading Gun, Crossbow, Deer, Turkey, and Florida Waterfowl permits) (sold only at tax collector's office) (not available as 5-year) (only available to resident retired, and resident active duty, military)

Florida Residents over 65 do not need a license for fishing or hunting.
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Florida requires a separate license for both Freshwater and Saltwater. Annual for resident is $17 (each) For Non-resident, a 3 day license is $17 for each, 7 day for $30 and annual for $47.
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Military Gold Sportsman's License $20 annual- (includes Saltwater Fishing, Hunting and Freshwater Fishing licenses; and Snook, Lobster, Wildlife Management Area, Archery, Muzzleloading Gun, Crossbow, Deer, Turkey, and Florida Waterfowl permits) (sold only at tax collector's office) (not available as 5-year) (only available to resident retired, and resident active duty, military)

Florida Residents over 65 do not need a license for fishing or hunting.
That seems reasonable enough. Lots of preservation to manage and lots of sportsman.

As a resident of TX, my medically retired AF ID was sufficient for a Combo annual license for a year. Don't recall what nonresident was when I looked last winter.
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Just got my new fishing pole holder mounted.
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Just got my new fishing pole holder mounted.
Stink bait now available in multipurpose rod holder!
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Stink bait now available in multipurpose rod holder!
LOL Stink bait stays in a sealed bucket in the back of the truck.
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I am both 70 years old and 100% DAV, 2 Purple Hearts. A MA resident, but in FL for 3 or so months. Why do I pay $47 for a salt water lic and then if I want a fresh water, pay another $47..There should be a National license for 100% DAV resident or not..good in ALL states! Fishing is therapy for me, quite and relaxing..
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I am both 70 years old and 100% DAV, 2 Purple Hearts. A MA resident, but in FL for 3 or so months. Why do I pay $47 for a salt water lic and then if I want a fresh water, pay another $47..There should be a National license for 100% DAV resident or not..good in ALL states! Fishing is therapy for me, quite and relaxing..
I have long thought the medically retired military ID should be sufficient license for this. I have 60% on my VA card and I'm 70% AF. So my retirement disability is USAF. They accepted that in TX as evidence for the Free combo in state license. Can't see why it couldn't be applied to out of state in the same manner.

As for FL. It seems to me the salt water would be more expensive for the state to operate but they do have some darn big bass to feed there!

I just learned here in AZ (Yuma) there is also a "pond" license. I believe that's $22 nonresident. Need it for ponds - and the other for larger waters. Always something.
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Ok just got back from Georgia it was $45 and will do later because will be doing a lot of Georgia camping since live in North Florida.

My question is for the brain thrust here is what about using my boat with fl regstration, assume should be OK state to state? ????
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Boat license is just like your car. You can go state to state as you please.
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this is not entirely true. the license might be, but some states have additional permits that you need to buy before your good to go with your boat.
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