One has a right to travel ... by ... whatever means of the day.
Do no harm while traveling.
One has a right to eat ... by ... whatever means of the day.
Do no harm while eating.
One has a right to self defend ... by ... whatever means of the day.
Do no harm while self defending.
A driver license has nothing to do with the public roads. A driver license is an occupational license for the activity of driving. The occupation of driving is transporting persons or property for hire. Doesn't matter whether the occupation is conducted on public or private property just like an electrician license is not an occupational license for solely working on public utilities.
A fishing license is no different ... it is an occupational license. Electrician license, plumbers license, or any other license.
You also commit a fallacy by associating a license with permission. It is not so, a topic covered by the Supreme Court. The federal government issued licenses for the sales of alcohol. Some states banned alcohol. Can the federal government give permission to do an activity banned by a state? Obviously the Supreme Court elaborated that a license grants no such permission because it is a tax on the occupation.
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