Nebraska Fishing License 2014

Information and Where to Buy Your NE Fishing License

Interested in fishing in Nebraska? 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 Nebraska Fishing License

Getting your Nebraska fishing license for 2014 online is one option, though you do have to provide part of your SSN. You can also buy a license at a Game and Parks office or at a permit agent near you.

A basic resident fishing license is $28.50. There's a short list of license fees before you get to the online purchase part. You may need to click through if you're looking for something other than the basic fishing permit.

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Interesting Facts About the Nebraska Fishing License 2014

There's a function in the interactive GIS map that shows you fishing locations in Nebraska. Just go to their GIS page and click the light-colored "Fishing" button just above the map. You can also view lake maps—just click your district in the image, or the text links below it.

Lifetime permits are available, with different prices by age group. Oddly enough, the cost increases as you get older, up until age 46.

The free fishing day is always the Saturday before Memorial Day weekend. For 2014, That would be Saturday, May 18th.

The Nebraska fishing regulations are available online. See the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission for more info about Nebraska fishing licenses for 2014.

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