All anglers age 16 and older must pay for a NH Recreational Saltwater Fishing License to fish recreationally in the coastal and estuarine waters of the state.
Do you need a license to fish in the ocean in NH?
Saltwater Fishing: A NH Recreational Saltwater Fishing License is required, with a fee of $11, for individual anglers age 16 and older participating in recreational saltwater fishing for finfish from coastal and estuarine waters of New Hampshire (both residents and non-residents need a license).
Can you fish in NH without a license?
State residents and nonresidents alike can fish any inland water – or saltwater – in New Hampshire that day without a fishing license. Note that season dates, bag limits and all other fishing regulations must be followed on Free Fishing Day.
How much is a NH saltwater fishing license?
NH Fishing and Hunting License Prices
|License Type||Annual Fee||Annual Fee|
|Recreational Saltwater Fishing||$11.00||$11.00|
|Over 68 / Oyster||$0.00||N/A|
Is a NH saltwater license good in Massachusetts?
Resident anglers possessing a valid N.H. Recreational Saltwater License can legally fish in all tidal and estuarine areas of Massachusetts and in Maine.
Who needs a fishing license in New Hampshire?
NEW HAMPSHIRE FISHING LICENSE INFORMATION
All anglers aged 16 and older are required to have a fishing license. You can buy an annual, 1-day, 3-day and 7-day fishing license.
Can you fish in NH with a mass license?
By State law, NH residents cannot fish in New Hampshire using a Massachusetts saltwater license or Maine saltwater license, registry or endorsement. NH residents must have a New Hampshire Recreational Saltwater Fishing License to fish coastal or estuarine waters in New Hampshire.
How many deer can you kill in New Hampshire?
Regular Hunting or Combination License: allows the taking of one deer during the regular firearms deer season (Wildlife Management Unit restrictions apply).
When can you start fishing in NH?
New Hampshire Freshwater Fishing
|General Fishing Rules for Lakes & Ponds|
|Black Bass (Smallmouth Bass & Largemouth Bass)||June 16 to June 30|
|July 1 to Dec. 31|
|Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and their hybrids||Open water (ice-out to ice-in)|
Is night fishing legal in New Hampshire?
Fishing for most species is allowed any time of the day or night. The exception is trout and salmon can only be taken from one hour before sunrise until two hours after sunset.
How much does a lifetime fishing license cost in New Hampshire?
New Hampshire Hunting
|Type of License||Fee|
|New Hampshire Resident||Regular NH Hunting License||$32.00|
|Senior Combination Hunting and Fishing***||$7.00|
|Regular Lifetime NH Hunting and Fishing, Archery, Muzzleloader, Deer Crossbow, Bear*|
|Newborn Lifetime NH Hunting and Freshwater Fishing License*||$304.50|
Can you get a NH fishing license online?
New Hampshire fishing licenses can be purchased online at fishnh.com, from one of our 185 friendly license agents statewide (listed at fishnh.com/licensing), or in person or by mail at Fish and Game headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03301.
How much is a combo fishing license?
|LICENSE TYPES||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69)|
|LICENSE TYPES Annual Combo Fishing/Shellfish||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69) $55.35|
|LICENSE TYPES Annual Fish Washington||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69) $69.55|
|LICENSE TYPES 1-Day Combination Fishing License||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69) $11.35|
What saltwater fish are in season in Massachusetts?
Recreational finfish regulations
|Black sea bass||(2, 6)||May 18 – Sep 8|
|Cod* (North of Cape Cod)||(3, 4)||April 1 – April 14 Sep 15 – Sep 30|
|Cod (South of Cape Cod)||(3, 4)||All Year|
How much does a saltwater fishing license cost in Massachusetts?
License types & fees
|Fishing license type||Fee|
|Saltwater fishing (age 16 and over; valid in CT, NH, and RI)||$10.00|
|Saltwater fishing (60 and over)||Free|
|Resident non-commercial lobster||$55.00|
|Resident freshwater fishing*||$22.50|
Do senior citizens need a fishing license in Massachusetts?
Before you cast your line, you need to get a fishing license if you’re age 15 or older. If you are 15 years of age or older, you need a license to fish. Licenses are FREE for Massachusetts residents 15-17 years of age, and those 70 and over. You can get your license online using MassFishHunt.