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MD Offers Discounts on Fishing Licenses
Monday, December 22, 2014

Now through January 31, 2015, Marylanders who have not bought an annual nontidal or tidal fishing license since 2011 will automatically enjoy a 50% discount on their fishing license purchase.

It's as simple as logging into the DNR Compass Licensing System or visiting a DNR Service Center or tackle shop to buy a 2015 license. The discount is automatic, but only through January 31, 2015.

The promotion is designed to encourage anglers to return to Maryland waters and enjoy the excellent fishing the state has to offer.

Fishing is one of the best values in life, promoting quality time in nature with friends and family.

For a limited time, the already low cost of entry is just 50% better.

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