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Resident anglers aged 12-17 years or older (or disabled) must buy an $8,00 regular conservation license and a $2 AIS Prevention Pass on top of a fishing license in the State of Montana. A two-day fishing license costs $5.00 and a whole season $10.50. People aged 18 to 61 years must pay $5.00 for a two-day permit or $21.00 for a yearly license.Where can you buy a fishing license in Montana?
You have a couple of options when it comes to purchasing a Montana fishing license. One way to get your license is online through the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks website. Once you complete your purchase, you can print your license immediately.How much does it cost to get a fishing license?
The price for an all-water fishing license is $22, the saltwater license costs $17, and for a freshwater license, you will pay $12. Resident fishing packages If you are between 18 and 65 years old, you will need this license. The fishing fee is different, depending on where you plan to go fishing.