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How many different states do you currently have fishing licenses in?

I currently have Kansas (resident), Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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I have 2- Tennessee (resident) and Alabama

From my home lake (TVA reservoir) of Chickamauga, the next res. down the Tennessee river is Nickajack, then you have the AL reservoirs...Guntersville (world class LM), Wheeler, and Wilson (both tremendous SM waters).

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OK, TX, LA, & AR, plus two OK Municipal Lake permits.  The State that really rapes you is Texas.  You can buy an out-of-state permit for one day of fishing for about $15.  If you plan on fishing for more than one day, then you have to buy a one year license for $55.

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Let's see.

Georgia, Alabama, Texas, South Carolina, Tennesse, Florida, Utah, and Idaho for Henry's Fork Trout.

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OK, TX, LA, & AR, plus two OK Municipal Lake permits. The State that really rapes you is Texas. You can buy an out-of-state permit for one day of fishing for about $15. If you plan on fishing for more than one day, then you have to buy a one year license for $55.

arent you a senior Mike???

even seniors have to pay that in texas??????

what a jip!!!!

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IN., IL., MI.---I do not remember what the licenses cost but I know it is not as much as Texas.

( the launch fees however  more than make up for the difference.)

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Just Kansas (resident). Next yr I'm sure I'll get OK and MO.

This year I didn't get much fishing in down south so I only got one 5-day OK license...

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I have (2) NC fresh and salt, and SC. I also fish Kerr lake in VA , but they have an agreement with NC for the liscense up to a certain area.

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for the guy who had the alaskan fishing license what did you go up there to catch i know its off topic sorry! :)

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My stepdad once had four licenses in his possession when the game warden stopped us.  Naturally, my stepdad couldn't find the one required (our home state).  The Warden just laughed and said if you're carrying that many your bound to be telling the truth.  ;D

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for the guy who had the alaskan fishing license what did you go up there to catch i know its off topic sorry! :)

Went up there on a salmon/halibut trip on the Kenai Penisuala.  Fished for kings on the Kenai, fished for halibut in the cook inlet and then fished for reds on many of the peniisuala's smaller rivers.

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Virginia and North Carolina.

My Virgnia license is for both fresh and saltwater and it is a "life" license.

My North Carolina license is good for one year through September of 08.

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