Free Fishing Days 2019 in United States – Be Ready!

This year 2019, most states in USA offer free fishing days where people can go fishing without any licenses. Each state has their own days for anglers to come and fishing for free of license. But mostly in June, when the weather is nice to catch hundreds of species. You may not know this but there are a lot of freshwater fishes which are so yummy.

These days are a good opportunity for family or friends to enjoy outdoor activities together. If this is your first time going fishing, check out our tips to get more confidence. And if you are a pro angler, who already own a fishing license, try to take someone from their home to the great lakes and rivers and show them how fun fishing is. They can be your lover, your family member or your friend.

Now, it’s time to prepare your tackles and gears to go on an exciting trip. Check out the free fishing days by states below to help you make your plan.

Note: Some states may apply their own regulations and restrictions so you should contact your state fish and wildlife agency for more information.

We’ve created a map which you can see it below:

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AlabamaJune 8.
ArkansasFrom noon on June 7 and ends at midnight on June 9.
ArizonaJune 1.
CaliforniaJuly 6 and Saturday, August 31
ColoradoJune 1-2.
ConnecticutJune 16 and Saturday Aug 10
DCFrom June 1 to Sunday, June 9.
DelawareJune 1-2.
FloridaPril 6-7 (freshwater)
June 8-9 (freshwater)
June 1-2 (saltwater)
September 7 (saltwater)
November 30 (saltwater)
GeorgiaJune 1, June 8, September 28, 2019
HawaiiFull year
IowaJune 7-9, 2019.
IdahoJune 8.
IllinoisJune 15-16.
IndianaApril 20, May 18, and June 1-2.
KansasJune 1-2.
KentuckyJune 1-2.
LouisianaJune 8-9
MaineJune 1-2, 2019.
MarylandJune 1, June 8, and July 4.
MassachusettsJune 15-16 (Saltwater)                      
MichiganJune 8-9. 
MinnesotaMay 11-12, 2019
Minnesota resident moms fish free.

June 7-9, 2019
Minnesota residents 16 and older fish free with children younger than 16.
MissouriJune 8-9.
MississippiJune 2-3 and Independence day July 4
MontanaFather’s Day weekend. June 15-16.
North CarolinaJuly 4 Independence Day
North DakotaJune 1-2 & Dec 28-29 (free ice fishing days)
NebraskaMay 18.
New Hampshire
June 1.
New JerseyJune 8 & October 19.
New MexicoJune 1 & September 28
New YorkFebruary 16-17, 2019
June 29-30, 2019
NevadaJune 8. 
OhioMay 4-5.
OklahomaJune 1-2.
OregonFeb. 16-17 (Saturday & Sunday), President’s Day Weekend
June 1-2 (Saturday & Sunday)
Aug. 17-18 (Saturday & Sunday)
Nov. 29-30 (Friday & Saturday), Thanksgiving Weekend
PennsylvaniaMay 26, and July 4 Independence Day
Rhode IslandMay 4-5 (Freshwater Fishing only)
South CarolinaMemorial Day. May 27.
Independence Day. July 4.
South DakotaMay 18-19.
TennesseeJune 8.
TexasJune 1.
UtahJune 8.
VirginiaJune 7, 8 and 9.
VermontFourth Saturday in January and Second Saturday in June.
WashingtonJune 8-9.
WisconsinJune 1-2.
West VirginiaJune 8-9.
WyomingJune 1.

Let’s enjoy your trip. We hope you will catch your biggest fish in your history. Thanks for reading our blog.

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