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Do we need to have a license for fishing in US?
 
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In lakes and streams, yes (except on some private property, in which case you need permission from the property owner.) In the ocean, no.
 
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we need not license for this Fishing!
If you buy original!
 
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Wow Mandar, that's great! The good thing is that you can go fishing any time of the day or night that you want, in any season, and even when the weather is cold and wet you can stay warm and dry. And you also don't have to hurt animals!
 
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:In lakes and streams, yes (except on some private property, in which case you need permission from the property owner.) In the ocean, no.



IANAL, but I think its a state-by-state thing, not Federal.

And @Ernest is onto the right path. I think tidal bodies have different rules than freshwater streams/rivers. Some common "rivers" are really tidal estuaries.

Most fishing licenses are cheap, and the fines are very expensive. Any store that sells fishing gear (rods, line, lures, etc) will know the local laws
 
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