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What is the cost of a fishing license in Alaska?
A one-day license is $25 per person, while a three-day license can be purchased for $45. You might want to consider purchasing the seven-day license for $140 if you’re planning to stay for a while. Those expecting to fish multiple times in one year should invest in an annual pass at a cost of $145.
How much does a fishing license cost?
The Legacy fishing or hunting license is available by application through the Richmond office or by mail. The cost is $125.00 for resident children and $250.00 for nonresident children.
How old do you have to be to get a fishing license in Alaska?
A sport fishing license is required for any person 16 years of age and older. You can easily purchase your Alaska fishing license online, or through one the roughly 1,000 businesses in the state.
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.