License confusion...

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Billy McFly, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. Josh Stroud

    Josh Stroud Active Member

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    Haha man, not sure the difference with the whole lawyer thing! I do know one thing, it is a hit in the wallet here for fishing - especially for a non-resident. I like that is AK you buy one fishing license for everything, except for a nominal price for a king stamp. Crazy here that you need to buy a salt, fresh, and additional stamps - ect ect. Although my Comlumbia River Trib stamp was worth in in the fact that I got my first WA steelie! Anyway, I guess rules are rules and I would rather pay the upfront cost than get caught without the proper license for the fish I was chasing...
     
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  2. Jim B

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    The Columbia and it's tributaries adder pertains to salmon and steelhead fishing only on the east side. I wont be doing that so......

    Not totally true! Many of the Columbia River tributaries that require a salmon/steelhead endorsement are in western WA:

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  3. Steve Call

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    Are you being sarcastic again? I'm never sure.
     
  4. JesseC

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    No. PM me SSN.. I will help. I CAN DOES FOR YOU!








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  5. freestoneangler

    freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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    He's legit, licensed and bonded....goes by the name Peggy.
     
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