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I though the feds were going to take over if the state couldn't get their act together this year. Which would mean we wouldn't have to buy a Del. license to fish anywhere in the bay. Wasn't there something to do with NJ had something like 3 years to establish a saltwater license program?
 

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Read #11 rule........they have no idea were this $ is going.........I`l keep my HMS or DEL....that puts reefs in.Show me one reef in the del bay??????
 

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Frequently Asked Questions about the Angler Registry

9. How much will registration cost in 2011?
The fee for registering in 2011 has not been established yet, but NOAA estimates it will cost between $15 and $25.
11. Where will the money go?
Fees collected by the National Saltwater Angler Registry will go to the Federal treasury. They will not be designated for any specific purpose. In the case of anglers who are automatically registered when they buy a state license, money paid to the state will be used for purposes determined by that state. If you have a saltwater fishing license, call your state department of natural resources for more information
https://www.countmyfish.noaa.gov/faq_registry.html
 

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Frequently Asked Questions about the Angler Registry

9. How much will registration cost in 2011?
The fee for registering in 2011 has not been established yet, but NOAA estimates it will cost between $15 and $25.
11. Where will the money go?
Fees collected by the National Saltwater Angler Registry will go to the Federal treasury. They will not be designated for any specific purpose. In the case of anglers who are automatically registered when they buy a state license, money paid to the state will be used for purposes determined by that state. If you have a saltwater fishing license, call your state department of natural resources for more information
https://www.countmyfish.noaa.gov/faq_registry.html
This is not the same as a NJ Saltwater Fishing License. My question is directed towards the license I purchase from the Del. Fish and Game to fish on the Del. side of the bay.
 

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Free registration in 2010 and New Jersey has until 2011 to get a license in place. If not the registration fees that we will have pay the Feds in 2011, which would be about the same as a N J license will go into the Federal General fund black hole. If I am going to pay I want the money to go back in N J Marine Fisheries where it has a good shot at doing some good.
 

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Free registration in 2010 and New Jersey has until 2011 to get a license in place. If not the registration fees that we will have pay the Feds in 2011, which would be about the same as a N J license will go into the Federal General fund black hole. If I am going to pay I want the money to go back in N J Marine Fisheries where it has a good shot at doing some good.
So the National Saltwater Angler Registry is our license for this year?
 

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So the National Saltwater Angler Registry is our license for this year?
NO it"s not a license, if you plan to fish on the Delaware side you will need a Delaware license & a delaware FIN #. The Delaware FIN # is like the National Saltwater Registry. If you have a Delaware license & Delaware FIN # you will be able to fish both sides of the bay.You won't need the National Registry. If you get the boat license anyone fishing on your boat will be covered all they will need is the FIN# which is free.
Here's a thread about DE fishing license & FIN#
http://www.thebassbarn.com/forum/showthread.php?t=208963
 

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I believe, if it was not already stated, that this year if you are salt water fishing in Federal waters (3 miles o more off shore) then you will need on. It's free this year. To sign up you go to the NOAA site. they have a questionaire that hepls you determine if you need one.
It looked to me, when I did it last night, if you plan to be out at least 3 miles you need it if you live and primarly fish in NJ.
On the other hand it looks like you dont if your a back bay fisherman.
 
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