Oregon Fishing License 2014

Information and Where to Buy Your OR Fishing License

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

Where to Buy Your 2014 Oregon Fishing License

Getting your Oregon fishing license for 2014 online is one option. If you'd rather not give your Social Security Number online, you can buy a license in person at a license agent or an ODFW department office.

A basic resident license is $33.00; For ages 14-17, it's $9.00. Anyone ages 70 and older who's been a resident for 5 years can get a license for $15.00. Check the full list of fees for shorter-term licenses. There are a few wildlife areas that require you to purchase a parking permit, which isn't included with a fishing license. (It's included with a hunting/fishing combo, though.)

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Interesting Facts About the Oregon Fishing License 2014

Free Fishing Weekend is always the first weekend after the first Monday in June. Residents don't need a fishing or shellfish license to fish, crab or clam anywhere in the state.

The Where and How page lists regional guides, places that are easy to get to, and the fishing forecast and trout stocking schedule.

If you've lived in Oregon for 50 years, and you're over 65, you can apply for a free Resident Permanent Pioneer License.

You can view the Oregon fishing regulations. See the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife for more info about Oregon State fishing licenses for 2014.

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