Can a non-resident get a fishing license in Washington state? The fee for non-residents is $124.65. Freshwater Washington Fishing License: A freshwater license allows you to fish in freshwater areas only. The cost for residents is $29.50 and $7.50 for those 70 or older. For non-residents, the fee is $84.50.
How much does fishing license cost in Washington state?
|LICENSE TYPES||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69)|
|LICENSE TYPES Annual Freshwater||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69) $29.50|
|LICENSE TYPES Annual Saltwater||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69) $30.05|
|LICENSE TYPES Annual Shellfish/Seaweed||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69) $17.40|
|LICENSE TYPES Annual Combo Fishing/Shellfish||RESIDENT (AGED 16-69) $55.35|
How much is a ticket for fishing without a license in Washington? In Washington, unlawful recreational fishing of the first degree is a misdemeanor offense punishable by a fine up to $5000 and up to 364 days in jail. Second degree unlawful recreational fishing is also a misdemeanor offense, carrying up to 90 days in jail and a fine of $1,000.
Can you fish in Washington with an Oregon fishing license? In concurrent waters of the Columbia river and in Washington coastal territorial waters from the Oregon-Washington boundary to a point five nautical miles north, an Oregon angling license comparable to the Washington personal use fishing license is valid if Oregon recognizes as valid the Washington personal use fishing