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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

License Fees

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2012-13 Fishing License Fees

Prices do not include the $2 agent fee.

Resident

NonResident & Aliens

License

Fee

License

Fee

Fishing (16 and older)

$25

Season Fishing (16 and older)

$64

Combination Fishing and Hunting

$42

Combination Fishing and Hunting

$149

Combination Fishing and Archery

$42

15-Day Fishing*****

$47

1-Day Fishing***

$11

7-Day Fishing

$43

Serviceman (Resident****) Combination

$3

3-Day Fishing

$23

Serviceman Dependent (Resident):

1-Day Fishing

$11

Combination

$20

Junior Fishing (12 – 15 years)

$16

Fishing or Hunting

$10

Alien Season Fishing (16 and older)

$84

Duplicate

$2

Alien Combination Fishing & Hunting

$190

(obtained from clerk who issued original)

Duplicate
(obtained from agent who issued original)

$2

Superpack

$200

Supersport Designation

A supersport designation may be obtained for an additional fee of $20.

A Supersport designation does not allow any hunting or fishing privileges, but money generated by the sale of Supersport designations goes directly to support the Landowner Relations Program. The Landowner Relations Program works to ensure recreational access to Maine’s outdoors.

*** 1-day fishing license may be exchanged by a Maine resident for a season fishing or combination hunting and fishing license upon payment of the difference between that fee and the fee for the annual license, plus the agent’s fee.

**** Maine resident permanently stationed outside the state of Maine.

***** Nonresident 15-day fishing license may be exchanged for a nonresident season fishing license upon payment of $17 plus the agent’s fee.

Lifetime Licenses

Your investment in a lifetime license for yourself or as a gift, will allow the bearer to fish, trap, and/or hunt for their lifetime, regardless of where they will live in the future. The revenues generated by the sale of these licenses will be deposited in a special trust fund that will provide long-term financial support for Maine’s fish and wildlife.

Cost of the License for Residents

Age Group

Fishing

Hunting

Archery

Trapping

Combination of…

any two*

any three*

5 years & under

$150

$150

$150

$150

$250

$400

6 – 15 years

$300

$300

$300

$300

$500

$800

65 years of age

$50

$50

$50

$50

$80

$110

66 years of age

$40

$40

$40

$40

$64

$94

67 years of age

$30

$30

$30

$30

$48

$78

68 years of age

$20

$20

$20

$20

$32

$52

69 years of age

$10

$10

$10

$10

$16

$26

70 years of age

A one time fee of $8.00 covers all authorities (fishing, hunting, archery, and trapping) that you are qualified to receive.

NOTICE to all lifetime license holders – Anytime during the calendar year that you reach 70 years of age, the following authorities that you are qualified to receive are included as part of your lifetime license at no additional cost: bear hunt, bear trap, crossbow, muzzleload, migratory waterfowl, pheasant, spring and fall turkey, additional spring turkey, coyote night hunt, and one expanded archery antlerless deer permit. (Does not include any-deer or moose permits).

Cost of the License for Nonresidents: (only for youth)

Age Group

Fishing

Hunting

Archery

Trapping

Combination of…

any two*

any three*

5 years & under

$200

$200

$200

$200

$400

$600

6 – 15 years

$900

$900

$900

$900

$1,500

$2,400

* hunting, fishing, archery

For more information about the Lifetime License Program
please call (207) 287-8000.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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