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Nonresident Licenses, Privileges And Stamps

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Type

Age

Fee

Nonresident Super Sportsman

16+ Yrs.

$280

Qualifications: Hunter Education Certificate OR previous hunting license, PLUS Acceptable Bowhunter Education Certificate OR Bow Stamp issued 1980 or later, OR NYS Junior Bowhunting License issued 1980 or later, OR NYS Nonresident Bowhunting or combination license issued 1993 or later.

Privileges: All the privileges that apply to nonresident big & small game, fishing, bowhunting, muzzleloading licenses and a turkey permit.

NOTE: Bear hunting is not included in the Nonresident Super Sportsman license. A separate bear tag must be purchased.

Nonresident Big Game (Deer only)

16+ Yrs.

$140

Qualifications: Hunter Education Certificate OR previous hunting license.

Privileges: Hunt deer only with gun, crossbow, muzzleloader or bow (with appropriate bow privilege) during the regular season, or hunt deer with shotgun or muzzleloader during the January firearms season (permit required, see big game hunting), in Suffolk County (WMU 1C).

NOTE: Those under 18 who are hunting big game for the first time as a holder of a big game license must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, or a person over 18 with at least one year’s experience in hunting bear or deer, for the entire season. The parent, guardian or person over 18 must have a current license that allows the hunting of big game.

Deer Management Permit (DMP)
(Must apply by October 1)

14+ Yrs.
12+ Yrs. (Youth Bowhunting Only)

$10

Qualifications: Nonresident Super Sportsman, Nonresident Big Game, Nonresident Bowhunting OR Nonresident Muzzleloading license must pay a $10 non-refundable application fee. The fee is waived for Nonresident Junior Hunters and Nonresident Junior Bowhunters.

Privileges: Application for an antlerless deer tag that is issued by random computer selection. This tag is valid for hunting antlerless deer only (both antlers less than 3″ long) in a selected Wildlife Management Unit during all Southern Zone seasons. See DMP map on page 30.

Nonresident Bowhunting

16+ Yrs.

$140

Qualifications: Hunter Education Certificate OR previous hunting license, PLUS Acceptable Bowhunter Education Certificate, OR Bow Stamp issued 1980 or later, OR NYS Junior Bowhunting License issued 1980 or later, OR NYS Nonresident Bowhunting or Super Sportsman (1993 or later).

Privileges: Hunt deer only with a bow only during bowhunting seasons. Includes the regular season in Westchester County (WMU 3S) and Suffolk County (WMU 1C).

Nonresident Muzzleloading

14+ Yrs.

$140

Qualifications: Hunter Education Certificate, OR previous hunting license.

Privileges: Hunt deer only with a muzzleloader during muzzleloading season, and the January special firearms season in Suffolk County (WMU 1C). With this privilege, crossbows may also be used to hunt deer in the late muzzleloading seasons.

Nonresident Bear Tag

16+ Yrs.

$50

Qualifications: Current year Nonresident Super Sportsman OR current year Nonresident Big Game license OR current year Nonresident Bowhunting License OR current year Nonresident Muzzleloading License.

Privileges: Hunt bear with appropriate implement and during the appropriate seasons based on the qualifying license(s) purchased (see bear season map).

Nonresident Small Game

16+ Yrs.

$85

Qualifications: Hunter Education Certificate OR previous hunting license.

Privileges: Hunt small game species with gun or bow during the appropriate seasons.

 

Nonresident Junior Bowhunting (must apply in person, accompanied by parent or legal guardian)

12–15 Yrs.

$9

Qualifications: Hunter Education Certificate OR previous hunting license, PLUS acceptable Bowhunter Education certificate, OR previous Jr. Bowhunting License PLUS proof of age for 1st time applicants.

Privileges:

Ages 12–13: Hunt deer and bear with bow during the bowhunting season and the regular season, when accompanied* by a parent, legal guardian, or a “youth mentor” 21 years or older and designated in writing.

Ages 14–15: Hunt deer and bear with bow during the bowhunting season and the regular season, when accompanied* by a parent, legal guardian or person 18 years or older and designated in writing.

* Accompanier must have certain privileges and a number of years of hunting experience in hunting.

Nonresident Junior Hunting (must apply in person, accompanied by parent or legal guardian)

12–15 Yrs.

$5

Qualifications: Hunter Education Certificate OR previous hunting license, PLUS proof of age for 1st time applicants.

Privileges:

Ages 12–13: Hunt small game species with gun or bow during appropriate seasons when accompanied* by a parent, legal guardian, or person 21 or over with written permission from parent/guardian.

Ages 14–15: Hunt small game species with gun or bow (with appropriate bow eligibility) during appropriate seasons when accompanied* by a parent, legal guardian, or person 18 or over with written permission from parent/guardian. Hunt big game species with a gun, crossbow , or bow (with appropriate bow eligibility) when accompanied* by a parent, legal guardian or “youth mentor” 21 years or older designated in writing.

* Accompanier must have a current hunting license. Junior hunters do not need a Federal Duck Stamp to hunt waterfowl.

Nonresident Turkey Permit

12+ Yrs.

$50

Qualifications: Nonresident Small Game License, Super Sportsman or Junior Hunting License (ages 12–15).

Privileges: Hunt wild turkey during the fall and spring turkey seasons. See Turkey Hunting for bag limits and dates.

*Turkey carcass tags are included, (no fee) with the purchase of a Nonresident Super Sportsman License.
To hunt turkey, all hunters must have a turkey permit. There are no exceptions.

Habitat and Access Stamp

Any

$5

Conservation Patron (includes Habitat and Access Stamp & Conservationist subscription)

Any

$12

Federal Duck Stamp (available at most post offices and some sporting goods stores)

16+ Yrs.

$15

Note: You must sign your Federal Duck Stamp across its face prior to hunting.

Privileges: Hunt migratory waterfowl. It is not needed for gallinules, coot, crows, rails, woodcock or snipe. All migratory game bird hunters, including junior hunters must register with the Harvest Information Program by calling toll free 1-888-427-5447 or register online at: www.ny-hip.com

Nonresident Trapping

16+ Yrs.

$310

Qualifications: Trapping Education Certificate OR trapping license from any state.

Privileges: Set traps for species during appropriate seasons.

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