Information on Non-Resident Fishing Licenses 

Alaska is a fisherman and fisherwoman's dream destination, with endless opportunities for freshwater and saltwater fishing. Be sure you're prepared with a fishing license so you can reel in that big one.

Do I Need a Fishing License in Alaska? 

Yes, fishing licenses are required in order to fish in Alaska. Different licenses are available for residents, non-residents, and military. Senior licenses for ages 60+ are available for residents only. Non-resident fishing licenses can be purchased just about anywhere in Alaska, from the corner grocery store to sometimes right on-board your charter vessel. You can even purchase your fishing license online.

Non Resident Fishing License Fees

  • 1 day: $15
  • 3 days: $30
  • 7 days: $45
  • 14 days: $75
  • Annual: $100

For more information, visit the Alaska Department of Fish & Game websites:

Alaska Department of Fish & Game Sportfishing Homepage

Alaska Department of Fish & Game License and Purchasing

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