Fishing permits for mex?

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  1. Fin Fan

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    I heard the laws have changed. Do I need a permit for my boat to go into Mexican waters or just a mexican fishing license?
     
  2. Jaysons999

    Jaysons999 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    If your within the infamous 12 miles you need an fmm passaporte and a mex license.
     
  3. Fin Fan

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  4. Cy Bodden

    Cy Bodden Been there done that

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  5. Jason

    Jason I break stuff @ BD Admin

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    Don't forget the new wristband as well if in the Coronado Island FMM area.
     
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  6. Fin Fan

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    No permit for the boat?
     
  7. Killin n grillin

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    Wow not so simple anymore :TIP(temporary import pass) for the boat ,FMM (documenting the number of passengers&crew and port of departure and entry ,length of trip and their nationality info )Passports (for all documented on FMM paperwork),Biosphere bracelet (to fish in the cooperativa or the protectected fishing and island areas in mexico or known as the biosphere)Mexican fishing license for all fishing. plus gas, bait, beer, food,tackle, ect ...
     
  8. Fin Fan

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    Alrighty then. I'm getting conflicting info here. Anyone who has DONE THIS, please advise.
     
  9. plj46

    plj46 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    You're going to get conflicting info when you ask the internet.Just buy all of it that's suggested and you're covered.
     
  10. Reel hip

    Reel hip Meet my "Well known Member"

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    THIS :appl:


    This is the newest.
    We all know.... It's getting harder to fish within 12 miles in mexico:nopity:

    We don't have a choice. Next spring when the yellows are going off at the islands and it's the most consistent fishing. You will have a choice. Either fish it legal or looking over your shoulder.
    Ps. I'm waiting for the glitches to get worked out.
     
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  11. Fin Fan

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    I just talked to a guy at Fisherman's Landing. You need all the crap to fish the island but only a fishing permit for the 302, 371, 425 and other high spots.
     
  12. Killin n grillin

    Killin n grillin x-h20 certified

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    Correct ,but how tempting is it if you are coming in back down the line to not stop at the islands ? had the TIP on the boat i just sold and read that i need to turn that in at a banjercito location before i can register another vessel ......damn PIA !
     

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