Fishing at the Moderates

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by Disney Sheri, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. Disney Sheri

    Disney Sheri Mouseketeer

    Dec 2, 2007
    Hi! We will be going to CSR the first week in June. My husband loves to fish and I am wondering, if he brought his fishing poles if he can fish or does he have to book an excursion? Does he need a fishing license? How much does that cost? Is there a best place to fish at CSR if you can fish there? Thanks in advance!
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  3. buckeye12

    buckeye12 Earning My Ears

    Jan 16, 2007
    I too am waiting for the answer on this one...My dad and bf are wanting to do the same thing....
  4. Maleficent53

    Maleficent53 Have fun storming the castle...

    Aug 24, 2011
    In the past my son and nephew have been able to get away with doing a little fishing from shore. Many times, however, they were told by cm's that it was not permitted. They fished from shore at Wilderness Lodge and Ft. Wilderness Campground. They also used to be able to fish from docks at Ft. Wildnerness but now I think they have no fishing signs posted on the dock. I have a feeling kids will get less hassle than adults would. Both our boys were early teens when they were fishing. Also it is catch and release only!!!
  5. roydavid7771

    roydavid7771 DIS Veteran

    May 5, 2010
    It's my understanding that you can only fish at the fishing hole at POR and at Ft. Wilderness. Disney certainly does not want people fishing off the banks since they have no way of telling what kind of wildlife would be on the banks. The guided fishing trip is fun though, and will run you about $225 without discounts.
  6. isyace14

    isyace14 Earning My Ears

    Sep 14, 2010
    We went on an excursion in January. I asked if fishing from the bank was allowing and the guide told me it was not. I do believe you can fish in the ponds in Fort Wilderness and not get in trouble but this is the only place. However, if you decide to do the fishing excursion, a fishing license is not required because the Disney lakes are private property. Is your husband an avid fisherman or does he fish just occasionally?

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