How to get this year’s Conservation Stamp

by | Apr 3, 2017 | Fresh Water Fishing, Trout Fishing

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If you intend to keep your catch this Opening Day or another day this season, don’t forget to purchase your trout conservation stamp. They will be available when you buy your fishing or hunting/fishing combo.

You can get a fishing license on-line but not the stamp.

It costs just $5.50 and Environmental Police Officers will be looking for them if you’ve got a mess hanging from your skiff.

And don’t forget those Personal Flotation Devices…

Happy Opening Day!

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