Click here for infomation on getting your business listed on site.
ultimate amusement park!
Visit www.GiftWrapGifts.com for Wrapping Paper, Bows, and Gift Wrap Ensembles!
Twin Lakes Cinema I & II
Find out what's playing
at the movies!
to Do - Fishing
fishing licenses and free hunting and fishing regulation booklets
can be obtained at many locations throughout the country, including
small bait shops. In addition to selling fishing licenses and providing
regulation booklets, local bait shops are a good source of information
concerning state fishing regulations. Both the licenses and regulation
booklets are also available from the Circuit Court Clerk at the
White County Building. A state fishing license must be purchased
by every angler, with the following exceptions:
Any Indiana resident 65 years of age or older
Anyone under 17 years old
Indiana residents who are legally blind
Residents of state-owned mental facilities
Those residents of a licensed healthcare facility in Indiana who
are taking part in a supervised activity sponsored by the facility.
Indiana residents on leave from active duty in the military who
have their military ID and leave papers. Those in the military not
from Indiana can fish with a military ID, leave papers and a resident
license or voter registration card.
The costs and types of licenses vary. Indiana residents can buy
an annual license for $14.25 or a one-day license for $7. (An Indiana
resident is defined as a person who has lived in Indiana continuously
for 60 days preceding the date of license or permit purchase.)
Non-resident licenses are $24.75 for one year; $7 for a one day
license; and $12.75 for a seven-day license.
A combined hunting and fishing license is $20.75 for state residents.
People must have licenses in their possession when fishing. It must
be carried on your person, along with one other piece of identification.
Fines for fishing without a license range from $1 to $500, plus
court costs. The amount of the fine is determined by the judge.
White County is served by Conservation Officer Ryan Blackman. Environmental
laws on Lake Freeman are enforced by Carroll County Conservation
Officers Bill Hinshaw, Ed Houston and Tom Skinner.
Area properties for sale
>839 N. Main, 574.583.3232
(next to CVS)