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LINK TO BUY FISHING LICENSES ONLINE.
Buying a State of Alaska fishing license online is simple and fast! Any time you head to the water to fish in Alaska, you will need a valid and signed sport fishing license. Whether or not you are fishing in freshwater or saltwater, a fishing license is required.
Alaska residents ages 18 and older and non-residents ages 16 and older must have a valid Alaska Department of Fish and Game fishing license when participating in sport and personal use fishing. King Salmon Stamps are also required when targeting King Salmon in Alaska (an angler does not need a King Salmon Stamp when not targeting King Salmon and when King Salmon season is closed).
For guided sport fishing (in freshwater or saltwater), every angler must have a valid and signed ADF&G sport fishing license. Sport fishing guides are required to ensure their clients possess a valid sport fishing license issued by the State of Alaska. It is important that a clients’ license is physically present, with the appropriate king salmon stamp (if targeting king salmon). Sport Fishing Guides will record license numbers in their log books and track the various species that are caught and released and/or retained.
For residents under 18 and non-residents under 16 years old, in areas where game species have an annual limit (most King Salmon Fisheries), a Sport Fishing Harvest Record Card which is available at most license retailers or you can print one online is required. When harvesting game species that have an annual limit, the harvest must immediately be recorded. The angler does not need to turn in a Sport Fishing Harvest Record Card; however, the card must be carried while fishing and must be retained until the end of the fishing season.
When taking a freshwater guided fishing trip or a saltwater fishing charter with a licensed guide, you will be prompted to furnish your fishing license to your guide for recording of license number and to verify that your license is current and valid. Any sport fishing guide that does not record your license can be subject to fines and other penalties.