How much is a fishing license in Vermont?

Fishing licenses in Vermont can range from about $8.00 for a Resident Annual Youth fishing license to a little over $700.00 for a Non Resident 5-Year Combo license. Take a look below for all the resident and non resident fishing licenses and prices.




PRICES DISCLOSURE: We do our best to stay current, but prices can change without notice to us. The prices below may or may not be the exact current prices for the license(s) listed.

How much does a fishing license cost in Vermont?

Vermont Resident Annual Fishing License | Ages 18 and older

$28.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Resident 5-Year Fishing License | Ages 18 and olderLicense is valid from the date of purchase through the remainder of that calendar year and the next 4 consecutive years.

$134.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Resident Annual Youth Fishing License | Ages 15 – 17

$8.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Resident 3-Day Fishing License3 consecutive days

$11.00  BUY NOW

How much is a fishing and hunting license in Vermont?

Vermont Resident Combo Fishing/Hunting License | Ages 18 – 65License includes fishing, small game, November buck tag and late season bear tag. License valid for calendar year.

$47.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Resident Youth Combo Fishing/Hunting License | Ages 18 and underLicense includes fishing, small game, November buck tag and late season bear tag. License valid for calendar year.

$12.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Resident 5-Year Combo Fishing/Hunting License | Ages 18 – 65License includes fishing, small game, November buck tag and late season bear tag. License valid for calendar year.

$229.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Resident Senior Permanent License | Ages 66 and older

$60.00  BUY NOW




How much is a non resident fishing license in Vermont?

Vermont Non Resident Annual Fishing License | Ages 18 and older

$54.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Non Resident 5-Year Fishing License | Ages 18 and olderLicense is valid from the date of purchase through the remainder of that calendar year and the next 4 consecutive years.

$264.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Non Resident Annual Youth Fishing License | Ages 15 – 17

$15.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Non Resident 1-Day Fishing License

$21.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Non Resident 3-Day Fishing License3 consecutive days

$23.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Non Resident 7-Day Fishing License: 7 consecutive days

$31.00  BUY NOW

How much is a non resident fishing and hunting license in Vermont?

Vermont Non Resident Combo Fish/Hunt License | Ages 18 – 65License includes fishing, small game, November buck tag and late season bear tag. License valid for calendar year.

$143.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Non Resident 5-Year Combo Fish/Hunt License | Ages 18 – 65License includes fishing, small game, November buck tag and late season bear tag. License valid for calendar year.

$709.00  BUY NOW

Vermont Non Resident Youth Combo Fish/Hunt License | Ages 18 and underLicense includes fishing, small game, November buck tag and late season bear tag. License valid for calendar year.

$30.00  BUY NOW

Where can I buy a fishing license?

Here are some of the best places to fish in Vermont.

All information listed above can also be seen on the fishing license page of the Agency of Natural Resources, Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department website.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: At what age does Vermont require a person to have a fishing license?

Answer: All anglers 15 years of and and older are required to possess a valid Vermont fishing license when fishing on the state.

Question: Does Vermont have a senior citizen discount for fishing licenses?

Answer: Yes. For seniors in the state of Vermont, a Permanent Fishing license is available for purchase for residents who are age 66 or older for a one time fee of $60 and free every year after that. The license never expires, however, you are required to update or reprint it annually. A reprint can be done online, at any local license agent or any district office.