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Post  tom1276 on 1/3/2012, 7:41 pm

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Post  LamiglasMike on 1/3/2012, 8:15 pm

I registered yesterday and also picked up my freshwater license, trout stamp and bass bonus tag.

All I need is my Sandy Hook Permit and I'm good!!

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Post  smitty on 1/3/2012, 8:44 pm

Just did mine and my father in-law


 

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Post  fish factor on 1/5/2012, 11:43 pm

just did mine maybe ill be able to do some fishing this year
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Post  rider3 on 1/9/2012, 8:58 am

This is the free NJ registry correct? If I live in Pa and do this registration, do I stiill need to pay for the NOAA registry?
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Post  Zmat on 1/9/2012, 4:14 pm

thanks for the reminder

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Post  LamiglasMike on 1/12/2012, 10:46 am

FYI, found some info on NJ/NY License info not sure about PA. Why it would be different is beyond me.


NY/NJ FISHING LICENSES – CLARIFICATION
Kyle Ondrey - 04/07/2011


With all of the news surrounding the fishing licenses recently there has certainly been some confusion and lots of questions as to how everything will be working out. I sent an email to Jim Hutchinson of the RFA and the NYSF and he helped me clarify a few questions that we have been receiving that I also didn’t have the answers for.

New York and New Jersey both have free Registry’s.

If you purchased a lifetime license you will be refunded
If you have an HMS permit, you are personally REGISTERED.
If you bought a NY saltwater fishing license already in 2011, you are REGISTERED.
If you fish in NY & NJ, you need to REGISTER – one registration in either state is fine and satisfies the federal requirement.
If you register in NJ, you’re fine to fish in NY – if you register in NY, you’re fine to fish in NJ too.
If none of these answered your questions about the licenses please send us a message.

Kyle Ondrey
Senior Writer/Director of Marketing - Northeast Angling
Posted in Fishing News, New Jersey, New York

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Post  FiSHiN4STRiPeRS on 1/12/2012, 7:39 pm

thanks for the info LamiglasMike

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Post  smitty on 1/12/2012, 8:52 pm

LamiglasMike wrote:FYI, found some info on NJ/NY License info not sure about PA. Why it would be different is beyond me.


NY/NJ FISHING LICENSES – CLARIFICATION
Kyle Ondrey - 04/07/2011


With all of the news surrounding the fishing licenses recently there has certainly been some confusion and lots of questions as to how everything will be working out. I sent an email to Jim Hutchinson of the RFA and the NYSF and he helped me clarify a few questions that we have been receiving that I also didn’t have the answers for.

New York and New Jersey both have free Registry’s.

If you purchased a lifetime license you will be refunded
If you have an HMS permit, you are personally REGISTERED.
If you bought a NY saltwater fishing license already in 2011, you are REGISTERED.
If you fish in NY & NJ, you need to REGISTER – one registration in either state is fine and satisfies the federal requirement.
If you register in NJ, you’re fine to fish in NY – if you register in NY, you’re fine to fish in NJ too.
If none of these answered your questions about the licenses please send us a message.

Kyle Ondrey
Senior Writer/Director of Marketing - Northeast Angling
Posted in Fishing News, New Jersey, New York



Good stuff Mike thanks


 

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Post  JeffL on 1/12/2012, 10:50 pm

Nice Mike now the question i did have is answered..
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