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How much is a fishing license in Indiana?
An annual fishing license costs $17 for Indiana residents and $35 for non-residents. Indiana residents who are at least 64 years old and born after March 31, 1943 are eligible to buy a Senior Annual ($3) or Senior Fish for Life ($17) license.
How much does a lifetime fishing license cost?
For a one-time fee of $8.00, a senior lifetime license entitles the holder to all privileges they are qualified to receive including hunting, trapping, archery, and fishing.
Where can you buy a fishing license in Indiana?
You can buy a recreational fishing license in Indiana in three ways – physically, by mail, or online. For the residents who want to buy a game fishing license online, they will have to visit the Indiana Fish and Wildlife online services portal and follow the prompts.
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.