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License Items & Fees

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License Items & Fees

Purchase your fishing license (and more) online at michigan.gov/dnr

Item #

Item Type

Cost

DNR Sportcard

$1.00

All-species Fishing Licenses

200

Resident Annual

$26.00*

201

Nonresident Annual

$76.00*

202

Senior Annual (Residents 65 or older or Residents who are legally blind – see License Requirements)

$11.00*

203

24-hour (Resident or Nonresident)

$10.00

204

72-hour (Resident or Nonresident)

$30.00

Permit or Tag (Unavailable online or web app)

205

Muskellunge Harvest Tag (License Required)

FREE

206

Sturgeon Permit and Tag (License Required)

FREE

Combo Hunt/Fish Licenses (Base, Annual Fishing, 2 Deer)

115

Hunt/Fish Resident

$76.00*

116

Hunt/Fish Nonresident

$266.00*

Lost Licenses

You may purchase a replacement license at any license dealer. You must provide the identification number used to purchase the original license.

Same cost as original license

Fishing license fees are waived for Michigan residents who are veterans with 100% disability or active-duty military.

Who needs a Michigan fishing license?
You must purchase a fishing license if you are 17 years of age or older. If you are under 17, you may fish without a license, but you are required to observe all fishing rules and regulations.

Where does the fishing license revenue go?
For information concerning where fishing license funds are used please see General Information.

Where can you purchase a Michigan fishing license?
• DNR License Agents (www.michigan.gov/dnr/
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• DNR Customer Service Centers

• Online (www.mdnr-elicense.com)

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