Hunting & Fishing Licenses
An important fiscal responsibility for the Office of the Tax Collector involves work as an agent for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. In this capacity the Tax Collector is responsible for the sale of hunting and fishing licenses, and game management permits, the collection of monies from these sales, and the maintenance of all records associated with such transactions.
Hunting and Fishing licenses may be purchased at all three Tax Collector’s offices.
Hunting and fishing licenses may also be purchased online at Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. To place your order over the phone dial toll-free at 1-888-486-8356. Download the Fish|Hunt FL App on Apple or Android smart phones or tablets to renew, purchase and store your licenses, access sunrise/sunset and feed times, locate boat ramps, check seas and tide stations, access current regulations and more!
- Recreational License
- Saltwater Fishing License
- Freshwater Fishing License
- Hunting License
- Visitors' License
- Florida Residency
Resident seniors age 65 or older with proof of age and residency (such as a valid Florida Driver's License or ID Card) or possessing an optional Resident 65+ Hunt/Fish Certificate that are available at no-cost online at GoOutdoorsFlorida.com,
To qualify for a resident disability hunting and fishing license, a disabled person must present proof of residency. When residency has been established, the applicant must provide certification of total and permanent disability.
For more information regarding Resident Persons with Disabilities Hunting and Fishing License, click here.
For Saltwater and Freshwater Fishing Exemption information, click on this link to the FWC's website: myfwc.com/license/Recreational/do-i-need-a-license/