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New York State requires a Fishing License. Below are just a few places where you can pick yours up.
The Catch-n-Release Program is very important in New York State, Please practice it yourself!!

Stony Brook, Region 1
Strony Brook, NY

Ray Brook - Region 5
Ray Brook, NY

Warrensburg, NY

Watertown - Region 6
Watertown, NY

Utica, NY

Schnectady, NY

Other places to obtain a license is with the Town's Outfitters and Sport Shops.

Who Needs a Fishing License?

Persons 16 years of age and older.
Anyone fishing in any New York water body, except marine and coastal district waters or tidal waters of the Hudson River, Delaware River, or Mohawk River and their tributaries when fishing for "migratory fish from the sea" (e.g. striped bass, hickory shad, blueback herring, alewife) -- these anglers must enroll in the no-fee recreational marine fishing registry.


When fishing on licensed fishing preserves.
Citizen-resident owners, lessees and citizen members of their immediate families occupying and cultivating farm lands, when fishing on their own lands.
Persons holding farm fish pond licenses and members of their immediate families, when fishing on waters covered by their licenses.
Resident parties at United States Veterans Administration hospitals, Department of Mental Hygiene institutions, and Department of Health rehabilitation hospitals, and inmates at Division of Youth rehabilitation centers. A free permit is available from: NYSDEC License Sales, 625 Broadway, Albany, New York 12233-4790.

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