Freshwater and Saltwater Fishing Licenses with Snook and Lobster Permits
Hunting License with Management Area and Turkey Permits
Saltwater Fishing License with Snook and Lobster Permits
Saltwater Fishing License with Lobster Permit
Hunting License with Waterfowl, Management Area and Migratory Bird Permits, and Federal Duck Stamp
Saltwater Fishing License and $5 Donation to Youth Programs
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Management Area Permit, Federal Duck Stamp and $5 Donation to Youth Programs
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SSN Privacy Statement
Pursuant to Chapter 379.352 F.S. and 42 U.S. Code 666:
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) collects social security
number (SSN) for the issuance of recreational and professional licenses or permits
to an individual in accordance with s. 379.352 F.S. and 42 USC 666 for the purposes
of administration of the Title IV-D program for child support enforcement, use by
the commission, and as otherwise provided by law.
If you are covered under Section (§) 119.071, Florida Statutes (F.S.), and you would like FWC to redact your identifying and locational information as provided by (§) 119.071 F.S. you are required to contact FWC requesting that the FWC redact your identifying and locational information as provided by (§) 119.071 F.S.
To request exemption from public record please visit myfwc.com/contact/public-records-requests from your home computer or mobile device.
What does it mean to be a resident?
For the purposes of hunting or fishing in Florida, a Resident is :
A member of the United States Armed Forces who is stationed in the state and his
or her family members residing with such member; or
Any person who has declared Florida as his or her only state of residence as evidenced
by a valid Florida driver license or identification card with both a Florida address
and a Florida residency verified by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles,
or, in the absence thereof, one of the following:
A current Florida voter information card;
A sworn statement manifesting and evidencing domicile in Florida in accordance with
Proof of a current Florida homestead exemption; or
For a child younger than 18 years of age, a student identification card from a Florida
school or, when accompanied by his or her parent at the time of purchase, the parent's
proof of residency.
Online a Florida Driver License or ID is the ONLY Acceptable Proof of Florida
At Retail and Tax Collector Locations Acceptable Proofs of Florida Residency
Florida Driver License or ID Card
Proof of Homestead Exemption
Declaration of Domicile
Florida Voter Registration Card
Florida Military Orders
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Pursuant to Chapter 379.352 F.S.:
Each applicant for a recreational license, permit or authorization number shall provide her or his social security number. Disclosure of social security numbers obtained through this requirement shall be limited to the purposes of administration of the Title IV-D program for child support enforcement. This information will not be provided to third parties or other government agencies unless required by state or federal law.
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