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How old do you have to be to get fishing license in Missouri?
Fishing Licenses. Search. Any Missouri resident, 16 to 64 years old, and any non-resident, 16 and older, is required to purchase a valid Resident or Non-Resident Fishing Permit, whichever is applicable.
What is the age that seniors can get a free fishing license?
Senior citizens who are 65 years of age or older are issued the Senior Lifetime Fishing License for free with proof of residency and age. Likewise, residents who are permanently disabled can receive the Disability Honorary Combination Hunting and Fishing License for free as well.
What age can you get hunting license in Missouri?
Residents and nonresident hunters age 16 or older must have a Basic Hunting License to hunt, take, possess or transport any wild birds or quadrupeds (for which hunting is permitted and seasons are opened).
Where can you buy fishing license in Missouri?
You can purchase your Missouri fishing license (fishing permit) online, by phone, at Department of Conservation offices or from vendors around the state including bait and tackle shops and sports goods stores.