Florida residents age 65 or older do not need a recreational hunting, freshwater fishing or saltwater fishing license or a *Florida waterfowl, migratory bird, deer, turkey, snook, spiny lobster, archery season, crossbow season, muzzleloading season permit or management area permit by possessing proof of age and ...
What age do you get a free fishing license in Florida?
16 No license is necessary on license-free fishing days. Children under 16 are not required to have a fishing license. Florida resident age 65 or older do not need a license but must possess proof of age and residency or a Resident Senior Citizen Hunting and Fishing Certificate.
What is the age limit for fishing in Florida?
16 years Non-residents who are 16 years of age or older are required to have Florida licenses and permits to participate in hunting, freshwater fishing and saltwater fishing. Out-of-state fishing and hunting licenses are not valid in Florida. A fishing license is required to attempt to take fish.
Who is exempt from Florida saltwater fishing license?
age 65 or older The new shoreline saltwater license requirement allows exemptions for residents who are age 65 or older, all children under age 16, resident disabled persons who meet certain qualifications, active duty military personnel while home on leave, and all anglers who fish from a licensed pier.
Can I fish in Florida without a license?
Florida residents and visitors are required to possess a Florida hunting, freshwater fishing or saltwater fishing license when engaged in fishing and hunting activities. A license is required to attempt to take fish. If you cast a line or catch and release, you need a fishing license.
How much is a senior fishing license in Florida?
FISHING LICENSES OR PERMITS AND FEESResident Freshwater and Saltwater Fishing LicensesPayment policiesAnnual; 5-Year$2.00Lifetime$10.00Senior Citizens (65+) Hunting and Fishing Certificate$0Miscellaneous25 more rows