Children under 16 years old and adults older than 65 don't need a fishing license, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. These license exemptions apply to both saltwater and freshwater fishi... More »

MyFWC.com, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's website, provides information on the licenses and permits necessary to fish the state's fresh and saltwater waters. Licenses and permits for both residen... More »

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As of 2015, an annual Florida fishing license for either freshwater or saltwater fishing costs $17.00. Five-year licenses can be purchased for $79.00, and a combined freshwater and saltwater fishing license costs $32.50.... More »

As of 2015, a Florida fishing license from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ranges in price from $17 to $1,001.50. The cost of a fishing license is dependent on residency status, age, length of valid... More »

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MyFWC.com, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's website, provides information on the licenses and permits necessary to fish the state's fresh and saltwater waters. Licenses and permits for both residen... More »

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In the state of Florida, most boating vessels need to obtain registration through the local tax collector’s office, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Some exceptions to this rule include... More »

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In accordance with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, out-of-state fishing licenses are not valid in the Sunshine State. Out-of-state residents 16 years of age or older must purchase a visitor license... More »

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