Connecticut Fishing License 2014

Information and Where to Buy Your CT Fishing License

Interested in fishing in Connecticut? You'll need to buy the right fishing license, either inland or all waters, if you want to fish in 2014. Here's the deal...

Where to Buy Your 2014 Connecticut Fishing License

Getting your Connecticut fishing license for 2014 online is one option. You'll have to register for a Connecticut Conservation ID, but it will work for all licenses thereafter. However, if you are a new customer, you will need a valid driver's license number or social security number to register for a Connecticut Conservation ID. If you'd rather not provide your SSN online, you can go to a DEP Office or a nearby town hall or business.

License fees range from $10 for resident marine fishing to $32 for all waters fishing. Residents 65 or over fish for free (with annual renewal).

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Interesting Facts About the Connecticut Fishing License 2014

If you're interested in shellfishing, you don't need a license, but you should read the information on Recreational Shellfishing.

Be sure to look at the freshwater regulations or marine fishing information before you head out. See the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection for more info about Connecticut fishing licenses for 2014.

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