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Attention Fishermen & Women

Postby Don McCombs » Sat May 01, 2010 2:53 pm

Thought this might interest some of our fisherpersons. If you're not now 62, remember you will be some day. :D

http://www.passport-america.com/fishingpetition.aspx
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Re: Attention Fishermen & Women

Postby Eugene » Sat May 01, 2010 4:15 pm

Interesting. I can see the advantage if you are nonresident fishing in more then one state. There have been a number of times, when out of state, and looking at the water thinking I sure would put a line in here, but the out of state fees were prohibitive.

Last year my nonresident Iowa fishing permit was $39.50 for full year. Periods shorter than one year could be purchased for fewer dollars.

At 65 years of age, and a resident, no fishing or small game hunting permit is required in Missouri.

Edit: I have been asked for a fishing license and identification a number of times, in state and out of state. Missouri requires you to show your fishing license and some form of identification proving you are a resident of the state.
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