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My fishing buddies and I picked up the NY saltwater fishing license this year. We fish the Raritan Bay so just to be on the safe side. It cost us $15 each.

Who else has the NY license for the Raritan Bay?

Thanks, Lami
 

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I was wondering if they have one that will cover the boat?
Not sure, but probably not. If you had a charter, I would imagine that would work but not a personnel boat. You could always go online and check it out.


I fish with the same guys most of the time so they all have the license for this year.

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NJ lic. good in ny if in Raritan bay !




Below is off the ny website: So if i read it correctly the NOAA card excepts nj anglers from buying a ny lic. if fishing the ny side of the bay.


Are there any reciprocal license agreements with other states where marine waters form boundaries with other states?

Yes, in certain waters, if a state grants New York recreational marine fishing license holders fishing privileges in that state's portion of the boundary water(s), then New York grants appropriately licensed anglers from that state the privilege to fish in the New York portion of the boundary water(s) without securing a New York recreational marine fishing license:

  • Connecticut: those parts of Long Island Sound lying between New York and Connecticut
  • New Jersey: those parts of New York Harbor, Hudson River, Kill Van Kull, Arthur Kill, Raritan Bay, and Atlantic Ocean lying between New Jersey and New York, and
  • Rhode Island: those parts of Long Island Sound, Block Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean lying between Rhode Island and New York.
 

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The NY license is only reciprocal if NJ had a license. It does not... yet.

The NOAA registry is a national thing. It is built into the other states saltwater licenses from what I understand, hence why NJ residents have to register with NOAA because we have no saltwater license.
 

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I sent an email to NOAA to ask them directly and this is the reply I got.


Hello Robert,

State fishing licenses are issued independently of federal licenses, unless the state has some type of cooperative agreement with NOAA.

Below are licensing contacts for each state office plus a contact for the main NOAA permit page for the Northeast Region.

http://www.nero.noaa.gov/permits/
National Marine Fisheries
Permit Office
55 Great Republic Drive
Gloucester, MA 01930
Phone: (978)281-9370

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New Jersey
NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife
Nacote Creek Research Station
P.O. Box 418
Port Republic, NJ 08241
Marine Fisheries - 609-748-2020

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Delaware
http://www.fw.delaware.gov/Services/Pages/Licenses.aspx

Licenses
Candace Dunning
Licensing Specialist
302-739-9918
[email protected]
http://www.fw.delaware.gov/Fisheries/Pages/FishingInfo.aspx

Boating Registration/Commercial Fishing Licenses
Vicki Rhodes
302-739-9916
[email protected]

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New York
NYSDEC
Fish, Wildlife & Marine Resources
625 Broadway
Albany, NY 12233-4754
518-402-8883
[email protected]
 

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Ny license

My fishing buddies and I picked up the NY saltwater fishing license this year. We fish the Raritan Bay so just to be on the safe side. It cost us $15 each.

Who else has the NY license for the Raritan Bay?

Thanks, Lami
I need to get a non res NY. state Marine license can I do it on line? I fish the boarders of Staten Island and Brooklyn also.Do you have the web site I would rather not have to go to Staten Island and hunt down an agent.thanks
 

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Here.s the link hammerheadman:

http://www.dec.ny.gov/permits/54950.html

Based on the info you provided, you might want the non-resident marine, this one


Non-resident annual marine fishing license - $15

We follow the fish on the migration, so we had to get this.
We got our temporary ones in 10 mins time on the pc, you need a credit card. They will mail you the real one shortly thereafter.

Good luck.
 

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system down

Here.s the link hammerheadman:

http://www.dec.ny.gov/permits/54950.html

Based on the info you provided, you might want the non-resident marine, this one


Non-resident annual marine fishing license - $15

We follow the fish on the migration, so we had to get this.
We got our temporary ones in 10 mins time on the pc, you need a credit card. They will mail you the real one shortly thereafter.

Good luck.
Thanks I found the links and filled it out but it kept telling me credit card error.So I called up Cabellas and they said it was fine on my end .I then called up the number on the NY site.A real live person answered He gave me a number to call he told me the system was down.Funny the site is in Arizona.I will give it a try when they wake up later on.
 

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I got the national one cause it was free. I'm an NJ resident and have no plans to buy a NY one. I fish the ambrose area so rarely (Maybe 3-4 times per year) that it's not worth it to me.

Plus I fish with a cop. :)
 
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