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Hunting License Information

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LICENSE FEES

TERM

RESIDENT

NON-RESIDENT

Hunting license

Annual

$10.00

n/a

Two-year

$18.00

n/a

Combo Hunting & Fishing license

Annual

$17.00

$100.00

Two-year

$31.00

n/a

Three-day1

$3.50

$20.00

Apprentice Hunting license1

Three-day1

$3.50

$20.00

Big Game license

Annual

$9.00

$195.00

Two-year

$16.00

n/a

Three-day

n/a

$90.00

Dog-Deer Hunting license

Annual

$5.00

$5.00

Deer Harvest Record2 (expires 2/28/2015)

Annual

FREE

FREE

Waterfowl Conservation license

Annual

$5.50

$5.50

Two-year

$11.00

$11.00

Migratory Bird Hunting license
(H.I.P. Permit) (expires 2/28/2015)

Annual

FREE

FREE

Sportsman’s license

Annual

$55.00

n/a

Two-year

$105.00

n/a

Alligator Hunting license

Annual

$50.00

$200.00

Trapping license3

Annual

$30.00

$295.00

Wildlife Management Area license

Annual

$19.00

$73.00

Two-year

$38.00

n/a

Shooting Preserve license6

Two-year

$12.00

$12.00

Lifetime Licenses4

Under 2 years old

$200.00

$200.00

Ages 2–15

$350.00

n/a

Ages 16 and older

$500.00

n/a

Ages 60–64

$95.00

n/a

Ages 65 and older7

FREE

n/a

Veteran

$400.00

n/a

Non-Resident Grandchild (from 2-15 years old)

n/a

$1,000.00

Shooting Preserve license6

$75.00

$75.00

Georgia Outdoor Recreational Pass (GORP)5

Individual

3-day

$3.50

Annual

$19.00

GORP Plus

3-day1

$3.50

$20.00

Small Group (not more than 8 individuals)

3-day

$10.00

Annual

$35.00

1 This hunting license is a three day hunting and fishing privilege that does not require completion of hunter education.

2 A Deer Harvest Record is required for anyone hunting deer and must be replaced each season.

3 Non-resident trapping license requires a forfeiture bond. Please refer to application for specific details.

4 Restrictions apply. Go to gohuntgeorgia.com for details and application instructions.

5 Please refer to General Hunting Information for more information.

6 Resident and non-resident hunting of pen-raised birds on licensed commercial and private shooting preserves, and fishing within the boundaries of the licensed preserve.

7 Optional Senior Lifetime Commemorative Plastic Card is available – $10.00

Where to Buy Your License

Internet

gohuntgeorgia.com

By Phone

1-800-366-2661

In Person

License vendors statewide. Check the list of vendors at gohuntgeorgia.com

Federal Duck Stamp

1-800-STAMP24 or www.usps.com

Social Security Number (SSN)

Anyone buying any commercial, professional or recreational licenses and permits must furnish their SSN. No hunting, fishing or other wildlife-related license can be issued to anyone who possesses a valid SSN, but refuses to provide it to an authorized license agent. No dissemination of the SSN to any entity other than the Department of Human Resources is permitted, unless required by law.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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