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Can I fish in Trout stocked waters or wilderness Trout streams without a permit if I'm catching and releasing? No. In order to fish Trout-stocked waters or any designated Trout stream in PA, you will need a Trout stamp, regardless of whether you're harvesting or releasing the fish.
Yes. A valid Pennsylvania fishing license is required of persons age 16 and over to fish or angle for any species of fish. The license must be upon your person and provided upon the request of an officer. A license is also needed to take fishbait or baitfish.
To fish for bass, anglers must have a Pennsylvania fishing license, which can be purchased at www.gonefishingpa.comOpens In A New Window. Those interested in supporting PFBC bass-specific programs through a monetary donation may also purchase a voluntary bass permit.
While youth anglers under age 16 do not require a fishing license, they must have either a Voluntary Youth Fishing License ($2.90) or a free Mentored Youth Fishing Permit to participate in various youth opportunities throughout the 2020 season.
While people don't need a fishing license Sunday, all other fishing regulations, including season and creel limits, still will apply. The fishing regulations are available for viewing by using the FishBoatPA mobile app or the Fish and Boat Commission website: fishandboat.com.
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PENNSYLVANIA FISHING LICENSE INFORMATION All persons age 16 and older are required to have a fishing license. The state offers multi-year, annual and 7-day, 3-day and 1-day fishing license for residents and non-residents.
(1) For a summary offense of the first degree, a fine of $250 or imprisonment not exceeding 90 days. (2) For a summary offense of the second degree, a fine of $150 or imprisonment not exceeding 20 days. (3) For a summary offense of the third degree, a fine of $75.
You can fish year-round for trout in Pennsylvania. There are over 50 waters within the Commonwealth that are classified as stocked trout waters open to year-round fishing. During the "extended season" on these waters, however, no trout may be taken.
All anglers 16 years and older must have and display a valid Pennsylvania fishing license from the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC) to fish Pennsylvania waterways.
Sunday, May 30, is the first of 2 Fish-for-Free Days in Pennsylvania this year. The second will be Sunday, July 4. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission annually designates a couple days during holiday weekends when anyone may legally fish in Pennsylvania without buying a fishing license or trout/salmon permit.

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