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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

2011 License, Stamp & Permit Fees

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Fee for first resident license, and all non-resident licenses include a $5.00 fee for the Wildlands Conservation Stamp. Fee for second resident license in calendar year does not include the $5.00 fee for the Wildlands Conservation Stamp. City and town clerks must add an additional one dollar ($1.00); and other sales agents may add up to an additional one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) service fee to the price of each license sold. There is no service fee charged for the purchase of licenses at offices of the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife.

Class

License

Fee

F1

Resident Fishing

$27.50

F2

Resident Minor Fishing (Age 15–17)

11.50

F3

Resident Fishing (Age 65–69)

16.25

F4

Resident Fishing (Age 70 or over
or paraplegic, blind, mentally retarded)

FREE

F6

Non-resident Fishing

37.50

F7

Non-resident Fishing (3 day)

23.50

F8

Resident Fishing (3 day)

12.50

F9

Non-resident Fishing (Age 15–17)

11.50

F10

Quabbin One Day Fishing (Quabbin only)
(sold by DCR and Connecticut Valley District only)

5.00

H1

Resident Citizen Hunting

27.50

H2

Resident Citizen Hunting (Age 65–69)

16.25

H3

Resident Hunting, Paraplegic

FREE

H4

Resident Alien Hunting

27.50

H5

Non-resident Hunting, Big Game
(Deer, Bear, Turkey and all other game species)

99.50

H6

Non-resident Hunting, Small Game
(Small game only)

65.50

H7

Non-resident Commercial Shooting Preserve
(1 day)

10.00

H8

Resident Minor Hunting (Age 15–17)

11.50

H9

Resident Commercial Shooting Preserve (1 day)

10.00

S1

Resident Citizen Sporting

45.00

S2

Resident Citizen Sporting (Age 65–69)

25.00

S3

Resident Citizen Sporting (Age 70 or over)
(includes trapping)

FREE

S4

Resident Minor Sporting (Age 15–17)

13.00

T1

Resident Trapping

35.50

T2

Resident Minor Trapping (Age 12–17)

11.50

T3

Resident Trapping (Age 65-69)

20.25

DF

Duplicate Fishing

2.50

DH

Duplicate Hunting

2.50

DS

Duplicate Sporting

2.50

DT

Duplicate Trapping

2.50

M/N 1

Archery Stamp

5.10

M/N 2

Waterfowl Stamp

5.00

M/N 3

Primitive Firearms Stamp

5.10

W1

Wildlands Stamp, Resident

5.00

W2

Wildlands Stamp, Non-resident

5.00

Trap Registration Number (Boston Office)

5.00

Trap Registration Number Renewal
(Boston Office)

5.00

Non-resident Trapping Permit
(Westborough Office)

200.00

Resident Furbuyer

30.00

Non-resident Citizen/Alien Furbuyer

90.00

From September 15 to May 15 all canoe or kayak occupants MUST WEAR a U.S. Coast Guard approved Personal Flotation Device.

Saltwater Fishing

Beginning in 2011, saltwater anglers in Massachusetts will be required to purchase a state recreational saltwater fishing permit. This state-issued permit takes the place of a more expensive federal registration that would otherwise be required in 2011. The fee for this permit is estimated to be $10 and will be the same cost for all anglers, including non-residents. Anglers who are younger than 16, or disabled, or who fish only on charter boats or "headboats" will be exempt from this requirement; Anglers age 60 and older will need to obtain a permit but the permit will be free. The permit will be available on-line, by mail, and in person at Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries offices in Gloucester, Boston, and New Bedford. For more information on the permit go to: www.mass.gov/marinefisheries

Regulations in red are new this year.

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