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Michigan Fishing License

In order to fish in Michigan state waters, you must purchase a Michigan fishing license from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The pricing for Michigan fishing licenses can be found in the table below.

Fishing License Illinois

An Illinois fishing license is required to fish in Illinois state waters and is available for purchase from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources or other approved vendors. The table below outlines the prices of fishing licenses for the state of Illinois.

Fishing License Virginia

In order to fish in Virginia waters, all anglers must possess a valid Virginia fishing license. These can be obtained by phone, by mail, online, or in-person from the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources.

Trout Fishing Lines

When fishing for trout, you want to be sure to use the right type of line to set up your rig. The most commonly used fishing line when angling for trout is the 4 lb or 6 lb line, although you should choose a heavier line for larger species or faster-moving waters.

Fishing License Information for Missouri

o fish in Missouri state waters, residents and non-residents of the state must possess a valid Missouri fishing license. There are exemptions from purchasing a license and all licenses are issued by the Missouri Department of Conservation.

Trout Limit Pennsylvania

The daily bag limit for a combination of any trout species in Pennsylvania is five fish during the regular season and three fish during the extended season in stocked trout waters. The minimum size limit for harvested trout is seven inches.

New Jersey Trout Limit

The daily bag limit in New Jersey for brown, brook, and rainbow trout and their hybrids is four fish from June 1 through March 20 and six fish from April 9 through May 31. All fish must measure at least nine inches in length.  

Connecticut Trout Limit

The daily bag limit in Connecticut of any species combination including brown, brook, rainbow, and their hybrids is five fish in ponds, streams, rivers, and lakes. In tidal waters and lower rivers, the daily bag limit for trout is two fish measuring at least fifteen inches in length. Special bag limits may apply to certain waters designated by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.