Mississippi Fishing License 2013
Information and Where to Buy Your MS Fishing License
Interested in fishing in Mississippi? You'll need to buy the right fishing license if you want to fish in 2013. Here's the deal...
Where to Buy Your 2013 Mississippi Fishing License
Getting your Mississippi fishing license for 2013 online is one option. Unlike some states, you aren't required to provide your SSN—just your driver's license number. If you'd rather buy one in person, you can try your local sporting goods store or a MDWFP regional office.
Freshwater resident licenses cost $10.29 including fees; saltwater is $12.29. Check out the full list of licenses and fees. If you're over 65, consider the senior exempt lifetime licenses. For $5 for freshwater and $7.29 for saltwater, you can fish the rest of your life. Sounds like a better deal than the other lifetime licenses, which start at $500 if you're under 12 and jump to $1000 for anyone 13 and up.
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Interesting Facts About the Mississippi Fishing License 2013
These lake depth maps could be useful.
There's a reciprocal license agreement with Alabama and Tennessee for the Pickwick Lake area.
Both freshwater and saltwater fishing regulations are available online. See the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks for more info about Mississippi fishing licenses for 2013.