Georgia Fishing License 2014

Information and Where to Buy Your GA Fishing License

Interested in fishing in Georgia? You'll need to buy the right fishing license if you want to fish in 2014. Here's the deal...

Where to Buy Your 2014 Georgia Fishing License

Getting your Georgia fishing license for 2014 online is one option, though there's a $2.50 convenience fee. It appears they only want your driver's license number, not your SSN like some states. If you'd rather buy your license in person, you can look up a license agent, selected by county.

All licenses are good for one year from the date of purchase, instead of expiring on a set date. Resident licenses are $9. You can even buy a two-year license for $16, saving you a little money. You can get lifetime licenses, prorated by age group, though it's probably only a really good deal if you get one before you're 16. Still, you'd never have to remember to renew.

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Interesting Facts About the Georgia Fishing License 2014

Georgia's Free Fishing Days were the first and second Saturdays in June and the fourth Saturday in September. Be sure to check the web site before you go out.

If you're more interested in saltwater fishing, check out the saltwater fishing maps and find a boat ramp. It looks like the same license works for both freshwater and saltwater.

Both saltwater and freshwater regulations are available online. See the Georgia Department of Natural Resources for more info about Georgia fishing licenses for 2014.

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