When you’ve got a Maine fishing license you’ll know it’s official.
You’ll know when you get a license because you’ll receive a card on your license that says “Maine Fishing License.”
You’ll also know you’ve been searching for the right Maine fishing licenses, when you’ll get a card that says, “M.F.L. No. 709” (you’ll also get a copy of the Maine Fish and Game License).
If you’re looking for a Maine license to fish in Maine, this is your spot.
We have you covered.
Find your Maine fishing LicenseMaine license searchThe most important part of a Maine Fishing license is the card that you’ll be issued with.
A Maine license is valid for 30 days.
If you purchase a license, you must pay for it with your state’s online banking system.
You will receive a shipping address on the card, along with your Maine license number.
You must keep a copy and print out your Maine Fishing Licenses Card and mailing address.
We will contact you about how to keep your Maine licenses.
Once you’ve received your Maine Licenses, you will have to take a photo of your Maine License Card, along a line, to show to your dealer.
The dealer will be able to check your license against the list of licenses you have and the license will be returned to you.
You can get a Maine License online from a state licensed Maine fishery.
If your license expires in 30 days, you can renew your Maine Fish License by paying $25.00.
You may also purchase a Maine licenses at your local licensed Maine fisherman.
If you have not purchased a Maine Licensing Card, you may renew your license by paying the following fee:$25.01, with a maximum of $50.00 for the license holder.
For more information on Maine licensing, check out the Maine License Search.