FWC extends license renewal deadline amid coronavirus outbreak

According to an FWC Executive Order, any licenses issued by the Commission with a renewal deadline that occurs in the month of March or April 2020, is suspended and tolled for a period of 30 days from the existing renewal deadline. (MGN)

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has extended the renewal deadline for licenses in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

According to an FWC Executive Order, any licenses issued by the Commission with a renewal deadline that occurs in the month of March or April 2020, is suspended and tolled for a period of 30 days from the existing renewal deadline.

This relates to the following:
- Commercial Freshwater licenses pursuant to 379.363, F.S.;
-Charter Fishing Licenses pursuant to 379.354(7)(a)-(c), F.S.;
-Captive Wildlife Exhibition and Sale Licenses pursuant to 379.3761(2), F.S.;
-Venomous/Conditional/Prohibited Reptiles 379.372, F.S. and 68-5.005 and 68- 5.007, F.A.C.;
-Private Game Preserves and Farms, 379.3711 and 379.3712, F.S.; and
-Marine Special Activity Licenses, Chapter 68B, F.A.C. and 379.361(4), F.S

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