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Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Anglers can "Button Up" in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania anglers have long had to wear their fishing license on an outer garment while engaged in angling, also known as fishing. This changed on January 1, 2014 (not really)  thanks to an order from the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission.

The conspicuous display of permission from the commonwealth to engage in angling isn't eliminated. The new regulation allows for the purchase of a "fishing button" from the PA Fish & Boat Commission. So now you can wear the button instead of a license, but if you do, you still must have the actual license on your possession.

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