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|What constitutes a "resident" for a fishing license or hunting license?
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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.)**
(1) Any person who has declared Florida as his or her only state of residence as evidenced by a valid Florida driver license or identification card with both a Florida address and residency verified by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, or (2) Any member of the United States Armed Forces who is stationed in Florida (includes spouse and dependent children residing in the household).
Note: If you claim to be a Florida resident, all vehicles owned must have Florida titles and license plates. In addition, you cannot possess a driver license, voter ID card, or claim homestead from another state.
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