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Monday, December 3, 2012

Multi-Year Fishing Licenses Available

HARRISBURG – A new fishing season is on the horizon, and anglers can prepare themselves by purchasing a multi-year fishing license, available for the first time this year from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC), said Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint).

The PFBC is now selling three-year and five-year fishing licenses for the first time in its history. A three-year fishing license will be valid through 2015, and a five-year license will last through 2017. Customers who purchase a multi-year license will save money by not having to pay transaction and processing fees each year.

A three-year resident license costs $64.70, while a three-year senior resident license is $31.70. A five-year resident license is $106.70, and a five-year senior resident license costs $51.70. For full pricing information, or to purchase a license, visit www.pawildlifelicense.com.

Individuals who do purchase a multi-year license will be eligible for rewards from the PFBC, including a free online subscription to Pennsylvania Angler and Boater magazine and various offers from popular retailers.

Customers who purchase their multi-year license through either the PFBC Outdoor Shop or from an issuing agent will receive a website link where instructions about accessing their rewards will be located.

In addition to being sold online, the multi-year fishing licenses can be purchased from area issuing agents and at county treasurers’ offices. For more information on purchasing a multi-year fishing license, visit www.RepCauser.com.

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