Differences in saltwater and freshwater license license. If you want to go fishing in both areas, you need both licenses and a combined license. Who is fishing in salt water or mixed water area with a saltwater license and catch a freshwater fish must release him immediately. Only the people on a boat that actually fishing, require a license. Even those who only "catch and release" (catch and release) operates, requires a license. For Floida Residents there is not a combo license to fish in waters both ways for the holiday unfortunately.
The following are excerpts some awards:
|Nonresident (visitors)||year license||Freshwater (Freshwater)||47 USD|
|Nonresident||year license||Salt Water (salt water)||47 USD|
|Nonresident||3 days license||Freshwater||17 USD|
|Nonresident||3 days license||Saltwater||17 USD|
|Nonresident||7 days license||Freshwater||30 USD|
|Nonresident||7 days license||Saltwater||30 USD|
|Resident (Residents)||year license||Freshwater||17 USD|
|R||year license||Freshwater-Saltwater Combo||32.50 USD|
All fees and further information on angling and rules can be found here: http://myfwc.com/license, It does not hurt that one throws a glance, because ignorance does not protect in Florida of punishment.