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Fishing Regulations Oklahoma Freshwater Fishing

ALL PURCHASED LICENSES AND PERMITS MUST BE PRINTED OUT AND CARRIED ON YOUR PERSON AT ALL TIMES WHILE ENGAGED IN FISHING ACTIVITIES

Resident

Cost

Valid

Annual Fishing

$25

January 1 – December 31

Annual Combination, Fishing & Hunting

$42

January 1 – December 31

Fiscal Year Combination, Fishing & Hunting

$53

July 1 – June 30

2-Day Fishing

$15

Two consecutive days of choice

Youth Annual Fishing (16 & 17 years old)

$5

January 1 – December 31

Youth Annual Combination, Fishing & Hunting (16 & 17 years old)

$9

January 1 – December 31

Youth Fiscal Year Combination, Fishing & Hunting (16 & 17 years old)

$19

July 1 – June 30

5-Year Fishing

$88

Five years from date of purchase

5-Year Combination Fishing & Hunting

$148

Five years from date of purchase

Lifetime Fishing

$225

Lifetime

Lifetime Combination Fishing & Hunting

$775

Lifetime

Lifetime Disabled Veteran Combination Hunting & Fishing (under 60 percent disability)

$200

Lifetime

Lifetime Disabled Veteran Combination Hunting & Fishing (60 percent or more disability)

$25

Lifetime

Lake Texoma (see 1A below)

$12

January 1 – December 31

Paddlefish

Free

January 1 – December 31

Senior Citizen Fishing (see 2A below)

$15

Lifetime

Senior Citizen Combination Fishing & Hunting (see 2A below)

$25

Lifetime

Disability Fishing (see 3A below)

$10

Five years from date of purchase

Land Access Permit (Honobia Creek & Three Rivers WMAs)

$40

January 1 – December 31

3-Day Land Access Permit (not valid for fishing or hunting)
(Honobia Creek & Three Rivers WMAs)

$10

Three consecutive days of choice

Annual Wildlife Conservation Passport (permit does not provide fishing privileges)

$26

January 1 – December 31

3-Day Wildlife Conservation Passport (permit does not provide fishing privileges)

$15

Three consecutive days of choice

Fishing Guide License (Cost reduced to $20 with Coast Guard Mariner credentials)

$90

January 1 – December 31

Nonresident

Cost

Valid

Annual Fishing

$55

January 1 – December 31

6-Day Fishing

$35

Six consecutive days of choice

1-Day Fishing

$15

One day of choice

Lake Texoma (see 1A below)

$12

January 1 – December 31

Land Access Permit (Honobia Creek and Three Rivers WMAs)

$85

January 1 – December 31

Paddlefish

Free

January 1 – December 31

Annual Wildlife Conservation Passport (permit does not provide fishing privileges)

$26

January 1 – December 31

3-Day Wildlife Conservation Passport (permit does not provide fishing privileges)

$15

Three consecutive days of choice

Fishing Guide License (Cost reduced to $20 with Coast Guard Mariner credentials)

$90

January 1 – December 31

Residency Definitions

A “resident” is any individual who has an established residence in Oklahoma for 60 consecutive days prior to submitting a license application, except for lifetime license applicants and senior citizen lifetime license applicants who must have established residency for a period of six months and intend to remain a state resident. Any person holding a valid driver license is considered a resident of the state that issued the permit. For a valid Oklahoma driver license to be used as the sole source of proof of residency, it must be at least 60 days from the date the license was issued, except for lifetime license applicants, whose license must have been issued for six months or longer. If a person does not hold a valid Oklahoma driver license, the Department may consider other reliable documentation, such as resident income tax returns, voter registration, motor vehicle or vessel registrations, and other public records documenting residence. Residency for children under 18 years of age is presumed to be that of the custodial parent or legal guardian unless otherwise documented. Persons who own land in Oklahoma but do not live here are considered nonresidents. A person cannot claim multiple states of residence, with the following exception:

  • Active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces, and any dependents, qualify as residents for the purpose of obtaining an annual license if the person presents valid military documentation.
  • The residency status of any person, except active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces and any dependents of the member, shall terminate if the person obtains any resident hunting, fishing, trapping license or permit or valid driver license issued by another state.

A nonresident is any individual who is a resident of another state or who has resided in Oklahoma for a period of less than 60 days whether or not he or she intends to make Oklahoma his or her home.