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Oklahoma is home to a wide variety of exciting fish. It's many fishing locations that bring spice and variety even for anglers hunting the same varieties of fish every trip.
Oklahoma regulates trout, paddlefish, and frogs and turtles caught in the state. Anglers are responsible for knowing what the additional regulations are, and abide by them.
Residents are also responsible for knowing about temporary regulations and restrictions, as well as any local regulations at their fishing site.
Oklahoma requires that all anglers age 16 and above have fishing licenses. Their annual licenses are valid for the calendar year, from January 1st to December 31st. Multi-year resident licenses, however, are dated from the purchase date.
It is the responsibility of anglers holding those licenses to know when their license is valid.
Daily limits in Oklahoma are 24-hour limits. Each day lasts from midnight to midnight.
Seniors, disabled individuals, active service members, and veterans, may also qualify for discounted prices on Oklahoma state fishing licenses.
There are a wide variety of tribal compact licenses also available. The exact terms and regulations of tribal licenses vary. If you think you might qualify for a tribal license, contact a state wildlife department representative to learn more.
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