Expand All | Collapse All Required to take or attempt to take saltwater fish, crabs, clams, marine plants or other saltwater organisms (other than non-living seashells and lionfish with certain gear). A Floridafishinglicense is required to land saltwater species in Florida regardless of where they are caught (state or federal waters).
Valid for saltwater fishing from the shoreline or a structure affixed to shore. Saltwater fishing license combined with freshwater fishing and/or hunting license (s) for a reduced-cost to Florida residents.
Includes Saltwater Fishing, Hunting and Freshwater Fishing licenses; and Wildlife Management Area, Archery, Muzzle loading Gun, Crossbow, Deer, Turkey, Florida Waterfowl, Shook and Lobster permits. Includes Hunting, Saltwater Fishing and Freshwater Fishing licenses; and Wildlife Management Area, Archery, Muzzle loading Gun, Crossbow, Deer, Turkey, Florida Waterfowl, Shook and Lobster permits.
Available to Florida residents who are active duty or retired military members at GoOutdoorsFlorida.com through an online verification process. The license is also available at Florida tax collectors' offices with proof of residency and a current military identification card.
Resident Youth Saltwater Fishing License : $17.00 Resident Youth Gold Sportsman's License (available with completion of hunter education requirements): $100.00 For more information, please read about the State Reef Fish Survey.
Purchase Now Country superstar Kenny Cheney continues his role as honorary board member for the Building Conservation Trust (BCT). As a member and advocate, you become part of the leading voice for positive and meaningful change to Florida ’s marine fisheries, habitat, waterways, coasts and more.
Learn More Join us for over 100 days of fishing and $500,000 in prizes for anglers of all ages and all skill levels. Learn More conservation Anglers from Florida ’s east coast know that the redfish population is in decline.
We’ve released 34,000 redfish on the west coast to support this iconic species. Founded in 1985 and one of 19 state chapters of the national CCA organization, we work with our 19,000+ members, including recreational anglers and outdoor enthusiasts, to conserve and enhance marine resources and coastal environments in our state.
Nationally, CCA is committed to the sustainable health of coastal fisheries and fights for recreational anglers’ interests. Here in Florida, we push for fisheries management that keep fish stocks sustainable and abundant, we educate and engage the public to support habitat and environmental restoration, and we work with our members and state residents to ensure good stewardship of our coastal resources.
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Alpine Groves Fishing Pier Closest intersection is; CR 13 & Swiss Lane Fruit Cove, FL 32259 Entrance to park is 200 feet south on CR 13 from the above intersection. Alpine Groves Park sits on 54.5 acres along the St Johns River.
The pier is 250 feet in length over the water and has a very nice shade structure for your comfort at the end. There is an also kayak / canoe launch that is on the left as you start onto the fishing pier.
Pavilions are available for rent by calling St. Johns County 1-904-209-0655 (Main #) Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Favor Dykes State Park fishing dock sits along Police Creek.
The creek offers the possibility to catch both salt and fresh water species of fish. The area directly around the dock offers a pavilion, picnic tables, grills, bait cutting station with running water and restrooms. There is also a small boat ramp / hand launch along Police Creek within the park.
Lighthouse Park Fishing Pier 442 Ocean Vista Avenue St Augustine, FL 32080 The Lighthouse Park fishing pier is about 300 feet in length over Salt Run.
The bridge going over Stanzas Inlet offers some very good fishing opportunities. Parking is easiest and least hassle on the north side of the bridge, although the walk to the main fishing area is a bit further.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery here of the Bridge of Lions, Castillo de San Marcos and the river while relaxing the day away. The Hands pier is 500 feet in length over the eastern shore waters of the St Johns River.
Sitting on 4 ocean front acres the St Johns County pier offers restrooms, outdoor rinsing showers, play fountain (weather permitting), picnic pavilion (check for availability, as it does get rented 1-904-209-0333), bonce courts (Bring own equipment) and a small playground. On Wednesday mornings there is a farmers market set up in the parking lot.
Va ill Point Park has a fishing pier that is along Mountie Creek in St Augustine Florida, pier is a little of a walk from the parking lot down a black-top path. The Vila no fishing pier is about 700 feet long, no admission fee, restrooms, a small fountain at front.
Under the East Side of the 206 Bridge Closest intersection is; Middleton Avenue & Coastal Drive Crescent Beach, FL 32080 From the above intersection go 700 feet down Coastal drive to the area. It may also be educational for a youngster to see the opening and closing operation of the drawbridge from underneath while on the pier.
Effective February 1, 2018, CDF resumed charging differential non-resident fees for commercial fishing licenses, commercial vessel registrations, Denseness crab vessel permits, and herring gill net permits. In November 2013, the department discontinued charging these differential non-resident fees following a judgment in a lawsuit brought against the state (Maxilla, et al. v. Botham, 2013 U.S. Dist.
As a result, the department resumed charging the differential fees under California law. In doing so, CDF brought the fees current by applying the Implicit Price Deflation as required by Fish and Game Code section 713.
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*Pursuant to Section 455.275(1), Florida Statutes, effective October 1, 2012, licensees licensed under Chapter 455, F.S. Review the information on this page carefully, select the license that best meets your needs, and click on the link below to make your purchase (which helps conserve wildlife).
Through a federal excise tax paid by manufacturers on fishing gear and motorboat fuels, it provides grant funds for fishery conservation, boating access, and aquatic education.