Tennessee Fishing License 2014

Information and Where to Buy Your TN Fishing License

Interested in fishing in Tennessee? 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 Tennessee Fishing License

Getting your Tennessee fishing license for 2014 online is one option. You do have to provide your Social Security Number, and there's an online processing fee of $3.00 or $4.25, depending on the options you choose. If you'd rather not send sensitive information through an online form, you can pick up a license in person. Find a license agent near you, listed by county.

Resident licenses for adults start at $28. You can even get lifetime licenses, prorated by age group, though not online.

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Interesting Facts About the Tennessee Fishing License 2014

NOTE: The TN Wildlife Resources web site says Fishing licenses go on sale February 18 each year and are valid through the last day of February. I'm guessing they mean the following February—so this year's license would be good through February 2014.

Anybody under age 13 or over 86 (born before March 1, 1926) doesn't need a license. There's a junior license for ages 13-15 for only $8.

There's a reciprocal license agreement with Alabama and Mississippi for the Pickwick Lake area.

Be sure to read the regulations in the Tennessee Fishing Guide before you head out. See the Tennessee Wildlife Resources for more info about Tennessee fishing licenses for 2014.

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