Choose your state

Alabama Alabama Hunting & Fishing

Connecticut Connecticut Hunting Connecticut Fishing

Delaware Delaware Hunting Delaware Fishing

Florida Florida Freshwater Fishing Florida Saltwater Fishing Florida Hunting

Georgia Georgia Hunting Georgia Fishing Georgia Parent/Teen Driving Georgia Drivers Manual Georgia Commercial Drivers Georgia Motorcycle Manual Georgia Alcohol & Drug Awareness Program

Idaho Idaho Big Game Seasons & Rules – 2015

Illinois Illinois Hunting Regulations – 2016-2017

Indiana Indiana Hunting Indiana Fishing

Louisiana Louisiana Hunting Regulations 2015

Maine Maine Hunting Maine Fishing Maine ATV & Snowmobile

Maryland Maryland Hunting Maryland Fishing

Massachusetts Massachusetts Hunting & Fishing Massachusetts Saltwater Fishing

Michigan Michigan Fishing

Mississippi Mississippi Hunting & Fishing

Nevada Nevada Hunting Nevada Big Game Hunting Seasons & Applications Nevada Fishing

New Hampshire New Hampshire Freshwater Fishing New Hampshire Saltwater Fishing New Hampshire Hunting New Hampshire ATV & Snowmobile

New Jersey New Jersey Freshwater Fishing New Jersey Saltwater Fishing New Jersey Hunting

New Mexico New Mexico Hunting Rules & Info – 2016-2017

New York New York Hunting New York Fishing

Ohio Ohio Hunting Ohio Fishing

Oklahoma Oklahoma Hunting Oklahoma Fishing

Oregon Oregon Big Game Hunting Oregon Fishing Oregon Game Bird Hunting

Rhode Island Rhode Island Freshwater Fishing Rhode Island Saltwater Fishing Rhode Island Hunting

South Carolina South Carolina Hunting & Fishing

Vermont Vermont Hunting & Fishing

Virginia Virginia Hunting Virginia Migratory Game Bird Hunting Virginia Fishing

Logo

Message from the Governor

Fishing Regulations Indiana Freshwater Fishing

North to south, east to west and everywhere in between, Hoosiers have a passion for fishing.

And with good reason.

It is a wholesome activity that can be done alone, with family or with friends. It’s a relaxing activity that affords endless hours of relaxation away from the daily grind. It’s a versatile activity that can be pursued on a farm pond, from the bank of a quiet creek or rushing river, from the front end of a johnboat on a small lake, or the back end of fully equipped charter boat on Lake Michigan.

And it is a productive activity when it puts food on the table.

If you are new to fishing, welcome. I hope you find some or all of the above to be true this summer.

If you are a veteran angler, you know the fun that awaits you.

Also, welcome back and thanks to you and everyone else who buys a fishing license.

It might seem like a simple act, but it is the cornerstone of Indiana’s conservation efforts. The license fee is used for no other purpose than the DNR’s management of fishing programs on your behalf. And federal matching dollars that come our way for every license bought add more support.

So, when you catch a bluegill or largemouth bass this year, or a trout or walleye, know that your small investment helped make it possible. Not just for you, but for hundreds of thousands of other Hoosiers who share your passion for fishing and the great outdoors.

Mike Pence

State of Indiana Governor