Alabama is known for the Mobile Delta, its rich rivers and fresh and saltwater fishing. Whether it is to spend a weekend with family or to simply soak in the immaculate view, Alabama is the perfect place for you! With a stretch of saltwater along the Gulf of Mexico, peaceful streams and wetlands, your fishing license will definitely be put to good use. Securing one is just a few clicks away! You may obtain yours through the Alabama Department of Conservation & Natural Resources website or through tackle shop, an authorized representative.
You can apply for a Florida fishing license online through the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission website. You may also opt to buy one personally from authorized resellers or at local athletic stores in your area. The links in this section will help you learn more about license fees and requirements for both fresh and saltwater fishing.
- Alabama Freshwater Fishing License Information
- Alabama Saltwater Fishing License Information
- Buy Your AL Fishing License Online
Just like any activity, you must familiarize yourself with the do's and don'ts of the sport before your trip. The local laws for fresh and saltwater fishing vary so make sure you double-check this with the area you chose to visit in order to avoid problems during your vacation. You may browse through the Alabama local fishing laws on this website.
- Alabama Saltwater Fishing Regulations
- Alabama Saltwater Creel & Size Limits
- Freshwater AL Fishing Laws for the Chattachooche River
- AL Freshwater Creel, Possession & Size Limits
Bringing home the bacon, or in this case, a largemouth bass is something anglers look forward to. However, Alabama promotes the catch and release practice to preserve its marine life, giving you the option to set your prized catch free instead of taking it home with you.