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If i were to register a boat in Pa, could i also use it in ma and nj?

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Yes -

And an out of state fishing license for each state would be advisable as well.

A-Jay

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1 minute ago, A-Jay said:

Yes -

And an out of state fishing license for each state would be advisable as well.

A-Jay

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I think NJ requires that you have a boating license that is tested in person not online. I'm not 100% sure about this but I think a PA license that you got from an on-line course and tested on-line is not enough to satisfy NJ. Also there is a fee for using launch ramps owned by the state. Double check the safety equipment requirements also.

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You can use a boat registered in one state and any other state if it's just for a trip.  If the boat stays in a state more than six months out of the year, they usually require that boat be registered in that state.  I have five boats registered in GA, because they stay here most of the time, and two boats registered in Texas because they stay there all the time.

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