by Michigan DNR

April 1 kicks off Michigan’s 2019 fishing license season – as well as the new fishing regulation cycle – so if you want to fish Michigan’s waters, be sure to get your new license.

All 2019 fishing licenses are good for all species and are valid through March 31, 2020. Anglers can choose from eight options:

  • Resident annual – $26
  • Nonresident annual – $76
  • Senior annual (resident 65 or older or residents who are legally blind) – $11
  • 24-hour (resident or nonresident) – $10
  • 72-hour (resident or nonresident) – $30
  • Resident hunt/fish combo (base, annual fishing, two deer) – $76
  • Senior resident hunt/fish combo (base, annual fishing, two deer) – $43
  • Nonresident hunt/fish combo (base, annual fishing, two deer) – $266

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