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The 2014 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Guide is now available!
To view the new guide, please download the pdf. Check back in the coming days as we work to put up the new 2014 website.

Below is content from the 2013 guide.

Licenses Fees & Requirements

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Type of License

2013 Fee

Age

NH Residents

Resident Hunting & Freshwater Fishing*

Proof of hunter ed. course or previous hunting license required.

$46.00

16–67

Resident 1-Day Freshwater Fishing*

$10.00

16–67

Resident Freshwater Fishing*

$35.00

16–67

Recreational Saltwater Fishing

$11.00

16+

Atlantic Salmon Brood Stock Permit

Fishing license required.

$11.00

16+

Resident Hunting and/or Freshwater Fishing over age 68*

Remainder of life. Must be resident 2 yrs.
Deer tag not issued—see Hunting Digest.
Proof of hunter ed. course or previous hunting license required for hunting license.

Free

68+

All Duplicate Licenses

Issued at Concord Headquarters and original issuing license agent. See License Information for explanation.

$6.00**

n/a

Nonresidents

Nonresident Hunting & Freshwater Fishing*

Proof of hunter ed. course or previous hunting license required.

$141.00

16+

Nonresident Freshwater Fishing*(all species)

$53.00

16+

Recreational Saltwater Fishing

$11.00

16+

Atlantic Salmon Brood Stock Permit

Fishing license required.

$11.00

16+

Nonresident 1-Day Freshwater Fishing*

$15.00

16+

Nonresident 3-Day Freshwater Fishing*(consecutive days only)

$28.00

16+

Nonresident 7-Day Freshwater Fishing*(consecutive days only)

$35.00

16+

All Duplicate Licenses

Issued at Concord Headquarters and original issuing license agent. See License Information for explanation.

$6.00**

n/a

NOTE: All license prices include a $1.00 agent fee.

A $1.00 Fisheries Habitat Fee has been added to all freshwater Fishing Licenses.

* Fishing licenses allow taking of all freshwater species except Atlantic salmon brood stock.

** The $6 fee is for each license form. For example, if you have one license form containing both hunting and fishing licenses, the cost will be $6. If these licenses are on two separate forms and you lose both, the cost will be $6 each.

† A NH Recreational Saltwater License is now required for recreational taking, possessing, or transporting finfish from NH coastal and estuarine waters. For more information, see the 2013 NH Saltwater Fishing Digest.

 

Selected Miscellaneous Licenses

Available only in person or by mail at the NH Fish and Game Department,
11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301. (603) 271-3422.

2013 Fee

Resident Guide, Hunting or Fishing

$59.50

Nonresident Guide, Hunting or Fishing

$200.50

Bait Dealer’s Resident Retail

$26.00

Bait Dealer’s Resident Wholesale and Retail

$76.00

Bait Dealer’s Nonresident Retail

$51.00

Bait Dealer’s Nonresident Wholesale and Retail

$151.00

 

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