Have you considered purchasing a fishing license in the wonderful state of North Carolina? If yes, that's exactly why we're here. The cost of fishing permits, the places where you are allowed to fish, the many types of fishing licenses, and how to obtain one are all covered. Let's get a good start on making the most of your fishing opportunities throughout the year.
In North Carolina, there are two types of licenses: inland and coastal. All of the state's freshwaters are classified as inland, while the saltwater areas are classified as coastal. Both licenses cover the areas where salt and fresh water combine. Check out this detailed map that the state has made available for your use to answer any questions you might have about where your license applies.
The costs of a license vary between temporary and lifetime as well as whether you are a resident of NC or not.
3-Day Trout is $8 for residents and non-residents
10-Day Coastal is $6 for residents and $11 for non-residents
Annual Coastal is $16 for residents and $32 for non-residents
10-Day Inland is $9 for residents and $23 for non-residents
Annual Inland is $25 for residents and $45 for non-residents
Annual Unified is $41 for residents and N/A for non-residents
Inland (Adult) is $265 for residents and N/A for non-residents
Inland (Senior) is $16 for residents and N/A for non-residents
Coastal (under 1) is $106 for residents and non-residents
Coastal (1-11) is $159 for residents and non-residents
Coastal (12+) is $265 for residents and $530 for non-residents
Unified is $477 for residents and N/A for non-residents
You can get a license in one of three methods, depending on which is most convenient for you. The first is to complete your application online and pay with a Visa or MasterCard afterward. The second option is to purchase it over the phone by dialing 888-248-6834. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., are the hours offered. The final option is to visit a recognized vendor in person and acquire your license right away. If you're in a hurry, this is the best option.
If you purchase your license in person, you will receive it the same day; otherwise, it will be mailed to you. In the interim, you don't have to stop fishing; just remember to have your license number and a form of identification with you. While you receive your fishing license in the mail, keep it with you at all times when you go fishing.
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