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Alabama Fishing License

If you want to check whether someone is legally allowed to fish in Alabama, you can use an Alabama Fishing License lookup. Before you use this lookup, learn some basics about what it takes to get a fishing license. This can help you if you want to fish in the state of Alabama legally.

Can you get an Alabama fishing license online?

You can buy your Alabama freshwater or saltwater fishing license either online from the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources website through this link or you can buy it from an approved license agent from the tackle shop.

Can you fish in Alabama without a license?

For all Alabama residents from 16 up to 64, who fish with rod and reel or artificial bait, a valid fishing license is required. All non-residents older 16 years must have license to fish in the state of Alabama. This license is required for fishing in any public waters regardless of tackle used. Non-residents can also obtain a freshwater or saltwater fishing trip license, which will be valid for seven consecutive days.

How do I get an Alabama Fishing License?

As it is mentioned above, there are two ways to get your Alabama Fishing License.

  • Online, through the following link.
  • You can buy it from an approved license agent.

How much is a Fishing License in Alabama?

If you are not only fishing lover, but you also enjoy hunting, there are several packages for you. But if you need only license for freshwater fishing you need to pay $14.05. For saltwater fishing license you will need to pay $24.75.

For All Access Sportsmen’s Package you will need to pay $127.95. The package includes everything you need to hunt all legal species during open seasons on both private and public land and fish on both fresh and salt waters of Alabama. The Federal Duck Stamp isn’t included in the package.

For All Access Fishing you will need to pay $54.80. The package includes everything you need to fish the public waters of Alabama: freshwater fishing, saltwater fishing, saltwater Angler Registry, Gulf Reef Fish Endorsement and spear fishing.

Do senior citizens need a Fishing License in Alabama?

If you are 65 and more you can fish in the state of Alabama without buying a license. In that case you need to keep with you your driving license, Alabama non-driver ID or proof of permanent Alabama residence and age.

Many people type in Google search “lifetime fishing license lookup Alabama” because they do not want to renew their fishing licenses every year. It is possible to make a one-time purchase of fishing license, which will be valid for the lifetime of the license holder. All you need is Driver’s License or Non-Driver’s ID. Lifetime license costs are based on privileges and age at time of issuance. You can learn more about lifetime fishing license and apply for it through this link.

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