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  • License - AZGFD

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    Fishing License – A valid Arizona fishing license is required for Arizona resident and non-resident anglers 10 years of age or older fishing any public accessible water in Arizona. Youth under the age of 10 and blind residents do not need to purchase a state fishing license to fish in Arizona.

  • Arizona fishing license cost 2019 - Where to Get

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    Arizona fishing licenses are being given by the Fish and Game Department. Two main types of the permits are recreational fishing license or fishing license for commercial purposes. Licenses can be obtained by residents of the state and nonresidents starting from 10 years of age.

  • Home - AZGFD License

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    Every license purchased online from the Arizona Game and Fish Department contributes directly to our on-the-ground conservation efforts. Buy your online license today. You contribute to conservation in Arizona by purchasing a license with the Arizona Game and Fish Department.

  • Get a Fishing License in Arizona I Take Me Fishing

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    Buy your Arizona fishing license online today to feel the strike of a smallmouth bass as it hits your crankbait or to see the surface of the water break as you reel in a rainbow trout. Once you have purchased your fishing license, you will need to read the AZ fishing regulations so that you know what bag and possession limits apply.

  • Arizona Fishing Licenses | RecreationalLicenses.org

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    The Arizona Game and Fish Department offers commercial fishing licenses in the form of fishing guide licenses, which can be used to launch a personal fishing guide business. However, before applying to get a fishing guide license, make sure you know what the position of a fishing guide entails in the state of Arizona.

  • Arizona Hunting License | Hunter-ed.com™

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    Hunting licenses are good for 365 days from the date of purchase. Arizona residents are able to purchase a lifetime hunting license. Where to Buy an Arizona Hunting License. Visit the Arizona Game and Fish Department website. Visit an Arizona Game and Fish Department office or an approved license dealer.

  • Hunting - AZGFD

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    A valid Arizona hunting license is a tremendous value. A non-resident license costs $160 and is valid 365 days from the date of purchase. That’s only 44 cents a day! As a reminder, your license can be used to apply for a 2017 elk or pronghorn hunt permit-tag before the February deadline (the application period opens in January).

  • Licenses, Permits & Fees | Nevada Fishing Regulations – 2019 ...

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    Qualifications for Resident Licenses, Tags and Permits. A person is considered to be a resident of the State of Nevada if he is a citizen of, or is lawfully entitled to remain in, the United States, and during the six months next preceding his application to the Department for a license, tag or permit, he maintained his principal and permanent residence in this State; was physically present in ...

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  • San Carlos Lake

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    San Carlos Lake was formed by the construction of the Coolidge Dam and is rimmed by of shoreline. The lake is located within the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, and is thus subject to tribal regulations. After it was built, the reservoir filled gradually. Because of irrigation needs, the water level at the lake sometimes is low enough to kill its self-sustaining fish, but during wet years, the water can overtop Coolidge Dam. Since construction of the dam, the lake has been nearly empty at least 20 times, and has been full only three times. When President Calvin Coolidge dedicated the new dam in 1930, Cherokee humorist Will Rogers looked at the grass in the lake bed, and said, “If this were my dam, I’d mow it.”

  • Golden Age Passport

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    Golden Age Passport gives 50% discount camping at Federal ParksGolden Age Passport was a pass issued by the National Park Service until January 1, 2007. It has been replaced with the Senior Pass of the new pass series now called America the Beautiful – National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass, created by the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act and authorized by Congress in December 2004. The Senior Pass is a lifetime entrance pass to United States national parks for those 62 years and older. To obtain this a senior citizen need only go to any National Park Service facility that charges an entrance fee with the following: Proof of age (must be 62 years or older). Proof of citizenship (must be citizen or permanent resident of the United States) Eighty Dollars (the one-time processing fee as of August 28, 2017). NOTE: A new $20 annual Senior Pass became available on August 28, 2017. The pass is also available for $90 by mail from the US Geological Survey (extra $10 is for postage and handling). Some consider this one of the best travel bargains in the United States.

  • Hunting license

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    1922 Kansas hunting license A hunting license is a regulatory or legal mechanism to control recreational and sports hunting. Hunting may be regulated informally by unwritten law, self-restraint, a moral code, or by governmental laws. The purposes for requiring hunting licenses include the protection of natural treasures, and raising tax revenue (often, but not always, to dedicated funds).

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