Idaho Fishing License 2014

Information and Where to Buy Your ID Fishing License

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

Where to Buy Your 2014 Idaho Fishing License

Getting your Idaho fishing license for 2014 online is one option. You need to provide your Social Security Number or Idaho Hunting License Number. If you're not comfortable giving that information out online, you can also buy one in person at a license vendor or a Department of Fish and Game regional office. See a list of all fishing license fees.

A basic resident fishing license is $25.75. A junior license for ages 14-17 is $13.75. You could get a lifetime fishing license for $841.75, or $601.75 for anyone under 1 year old. Allowing for fee increases, it's probably worth it if the licensee plans at least 25-30 years of fishing.

Try something new this year: Barbless hooks are safer (for you and the fish), allow you to set the hook faster, and ... (read more).

Interesting Facts About the Idaho Fishing License 2014

Free Fishing Days are held the second Saturday of June, so the next one will be June 8, 2014.

Check out the Fishing Planner if you're looking for a new favorite fishing spot. There's also a list of Family Fishing Waters; places closer to home and easier to get to.

You can view the Idaho fishing rules and regulations. See the Idaho Department of Fish & Game for more info about Idaho fishing licenses for 2014.

Why not take a look at barbless fishing?