Mexico Launches App to Make US Fishermen and Boat Permits Easier

Mexico is looking to simplify its permitting and visa requirements for U.S. fishermen and boaters and on Friday launched an App for all to use before venturing south.

The App, available now for Android platforms and soon on iOS, connects anglers and boaters to Mexico’s National Aquaculture and Fishing Commission (CONAPESCA) web site, www.sportfishinginmexico.com and details the process to obtain the proper fishing and visa documents along with rules and regulations in Mexico. To download the . . .

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