Nevada Fishing License 2013
Information and Where to Buy Your NV Fishing License
Interested in fishing in Nevada? You'll need to buy the right license if you want to fish in 2013. Here's the deal...
Where to Buy Your 2013 Nevada Fishing License
Getting your Nevada fishing license for 2013 online is one option. You need to provide your Social Security Number. If you're not comfortable giving that information out online, you can also buy one in person at a licensing agent or an NDOW Regional Office.
A basic resident fishing license is $29. A license for ages 12-15 or anyone over 65 is $13. Check out the full list of fees to see if you qualify for a specific category such as resident Native American, serviceman, or disabled veteran.
Note: The Nevada license year runs from March 1 through February 28.
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Interesting Facts About the Nevada Fishing License 2013
Nevada's annual Free Fishing Day was the second Saturday in June last year, which would make it June 8, 2013. Be sure to check their web site before you head out. No license or trout stamp is needed for adults or children on Free Fishing Day, but all other regulations apply.
If you're looking for a new favorite fishing spot, browse through the lists of different places to fish. There's a regional list, a list of places to go with your kids, even a guide to help you find waters with your favorite species.
You can view the Nevada fishing rules and regulations. You can browse through it on the page, or download the 83 MB PDF. See the Nevada Department of Wildlife for more info about Nevada fishing licenses for 2013.