The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that a new fishing license season begins today, Monday, April 1.
A range of licenses are available, including a 24-hour license, good for all species; a 72-hour license, good for all species; a restricted license, good for the entire season except trout, salmon, lake sturgeon, lake herring, amphibians, reptiles or crustaceans; or an all-species license, which is good for the entire season, for all species.
In-state fishing license prices begins at $7 for a 24-hour license for residents and runs up to $28 for an all-species license for residents.
Anglers can buy licenses at a license retailer, a DNR Operations Service Center, or online at www.mdnr-elicense.com. You can also purchase a 24-hour fishing license at www.mi.gov/fish, needing only the purchaser’s driver’s license number and a credit or debit card.