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|What happens if someone has a Florida resident fishing license or hunting license, but they don't live in Florida?
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**Effective December 1, 2017, an appointment is required to process any hunting and fishing license/permit transactions at our Driver License Office located at 904 - 301 Blvd W, Bradenton. Visit taxcollector.com to schedule an appointment. (Our other office locations cannot sell hunting and fishing licenses/permits.)**
First, if someone has established that they are a Florida resident for the purpose of obtaining a fishing/hunting license, they are then required to title and register all vehicles they own, including mobile homes, in Florida. If they do not, they may be issued a citation that includes an appearance before a judge and a steep fine. Also, if stopped by a member of law enforcement while fishing or hunting and the individual produces an out-of state driver license to establish identity, their license may be seized and they may be charged with additional offenses.
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