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2014 License Fees

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Resident

5-Year License

Fishing (under age 15 no license needed)

$25.00

$119.00

Youth Fishing (ages 15-17)

$8.00

Three-Day Fishing 1

$10.00

Hunting

$25.00

$119.00

Youth Hunting (age 17 or under)

$8.00

Combination

$40.00

$194.00

Youth Combination (age 17 or under)

$12.00

Mentored Hunting

$10.00

Trapping

$20.00

$94.00

Youth Trapping (age 17 or under)

$10.00

Archery-Deer (hunting license needed)3

$23.00

Turkey (hunting license needed)

$23.00

Bear (Sept. 1 – Nov. 15 early season – hunting license needed)

$5.00

Muzzleloader-Deer (hunting license needed)4

$23.00

Permanent license (Residents only, 65 or older)

$50.00

Resident or Nonresident

Vermont Waterfowl Stamp

$7.50

Both Federal and State Waterfowl Stamps are needed for waterfowl hunting by anyone 16 or older.

Nonresident

5-Year License

Fishing (under age 15 no license needed)

$50.00

$244.00

Youth Fishing (age 17 or under)

$15.00

One-Day Fishing 1

$20.00

Three-Day Fishing 1

$22.00

Seven-Day Fishing 1

$30.00

Hunting

$100.00

$494.00

Youth Hunting (age 17 or under)

$25.00

Combination

$135.00

$669.00

Youth Combination (age 17 or under)

$30.00

Mentored Hunting

$10.00

Trapping

$300.00

$1,494.00

Small Game 2

$50.00

Archery-Deer (hunting license needed)3

$38.00

Archery Only-Deer (hunting license NOT needed)3

$75.00

Turkey (hunting license needed)

$38.00

Bear (Sept. 1 – Nov. 15 early season – hunting license needed)

$15.00

Muzzleloader-Deer (hunting license needed)4

$40.00

1 – Term Licenses: All dates are inclusive and consecutive.

2 – Small Game Licenses: Entitles the holder to take small game, furbearers and other wild animals (except big game) by any lawful means other than a trap.

3 – Archery deer licenses are only valid for use in archery deer season.

4 – Muzzleloader deer licenses are only valid for use in muzzleloader deer season.

Vermont and federal waterfowl stamps are required to hunt migratory waterfowl for hunters 16 and older. Federal stamps are sold at post offices. Vermont State Waterfowl “Stamps” are available on the Fish & Wildlife website, from Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department offices and license agents statewide.

A state waterfowl stamp is good for the calendar year and no longer needs to be signed by the hunter.

Licenses, moose permit applications, and antlerless deer permit applications are available on-line at www.vtfishandwildlife.com.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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