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Conservation License - This license is required when purchasing fishing or a hunting license. Hence, if you plan to go fishing in Montana, you need to buy a conservation license first. Please note that pursuant to the law, a social security number and a valid photo ID is required when buying this type of license.How much does a fishing license cost in Montana?
In the state of Montana, resident anglers who are aged 12-17 years old or 62 or older (or disabled) must purchase a standard Conservation License for $8.00 and a $2 AIS Prevention Pass on top of a fishing license. The fishing license costs $5.00 for a two-day permit and $10.50 for the entire season.How long is a montana fishing license valid for?
Fishing License - This license allows the owner to catch fish and possess fish or aquatic invertebrate authorized by the state’s fishing regulations across the state of Montana. A fishing license is valid from March 1 until the end of February the following year. It is also not transferable and non-refundable.What are the different types of fishing in Montana?
From cold water to warm water, big prairie rivers to high mountain lakes and fly-fishing to trolling, Montana offers angling opportunities for all to enjoy. Whether you’re seeking solitude, fish for the supper table or the trophy of a lifetime, you can find it here.