Regulations

Fishing Regulations – U.S. States

We thought it might be helpful for our fellow anglers to find out what local rules and regulations they should abide by to avoid getting in trouble with the law. Lots of our website visitors have asked us time and again whether we didn't have any posts on these...

New Jersey Fishing Regulations

According to the New Jersey Division of Fish & Wildlife, you have to purchase a fishing license if you are aged between 16 and 64 and would like to do some angling in this state. Residents over the age of 70 and younger than 16 do not get a...

New Hampshire Fishing Regulations

If freshwater fishing is one of your biggest hobbies, be sure to head out to New Hampshire when you have the time and availability. As it is the case with any other American state, in New Hampshire you need a valid license if you are older than 16. If...

Nebraska Fishing Regulations

Getting a fishing license in Nebraska is necessary for a myriad of reasons, but the most common and well-known one is that the money gathered from these funds is used to protect and conserve the species that you are looking to target in the future. In this state, you...

Minnesota Fishing Regulations

In the state of Minnesota, also nicknamed the land of 10,000 lakes, it’s virtually impossible to get bored as an angler. Once you get used to the regulations, there is nothing that can stand between you and a fishing expedition. License options In Minnesota, the options for a fishing license are...

Fishing Regulations in New York

All NYS anglers above the age of 16 have to own and carry a fishing license. Free permits can be given to residents who are active service members of the NYS Organized Militia or US Reserve Forces, bling individuals, and veterans. When this article was published, an annual fishing...

Fishing Regulations in New Mexico

New Mexico offers a plethora of angling opportunities for the ever-adventurous fisherman or woman. You can target anything from bass and catfish to perch and crappie, as well as pike, sunfish, salmon, trout, and walleye in this state. To make sure that your angling trip is on par and...

Fishing Regulations in Nevada

Nevada offers great and unexpected fishing destinations as it has more than 600 streams and rivers and over 200 lakes (perfect for using your fishing canoe). We’ve made a short description of basic fishing regulations in this state so you can grab your gear and go. License You need a fishing...

Fishing Regulations in Mississippi

In the great state of Mississippi, as in any other American county, you need a fishing license for any such activity you may want to engage in. According to the official website of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, you are exempt from getting a license if you are above...

Fishing Regulations in Wyoming

Although one of the largest states in the country, Wyoming is the least populated state, probably also due to its mainly mountainous geography. The state population slightly exceeds half a million people, with the largest city counting for only around 60,000 people. Due to its spread mountain areas, the state...