Did you know that your Utah fishing license is valid for 365 days from the day you purchase it? They don't expire at the end of the year. There is no reason to wait to purchase a 2016 fishing license in January. Further more, fishing season lasts all year long so your license can be used every day for 365 days since the day you purchased it. There have been many changes to the fishing licence over the years. There are different age requirements and different costs associated with those ages, there are 3 day, 7 day and season long licenses available. You can even purchase 2,3,4 and 5 year licenses now. There are resident and non-resident licenses as well if you are just visiting the state for a few days and would like to fish. Recently, the Division of Wildlife Resources developed a free app so you can download your license right to your phone or mobile device so you no longer have to carry the paper license with you. You can buy your licence at most local sporting good stores or on line . You can even give a license as a gift. Fishing an hunting in Utah has certainty changed over the years. It is important to keep up to date with these changes and this new app is a great way to do so.
So you want to go fishing but can't decide where to go? There are so many choices available for fishing opportunities in this state that it can be a difficult decision. Of course, there are many factors to think about when planning your next outing: Time, weather, lengthy of stay and the type of fishing you want to do just to name a few. Who is going with you is also an important consideration. Kids may need an easier fishing hole than an experienced angler. Thankfully, there are many resources to help you decide where to go on your next fishing trip
Here are a few ideas to help you plan your next outing.
With a little thought and planning, you can usually have a successful fishing trip.
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We Fish Utah Staff