Most anglers won’t be thinking about the cost of their fishing license when they ply Pennsylvania’s streams and lakes on the opening day of the trout season, April 1. Instead, they’ll be envisioning sleek trout slamming their baits and lures. That temporary respite is a good thing because the price of a Pennsylvania fishing license, and trout permit, is likely to rise in 2024, for the second consecutive year.


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