Alaska’s Hunting License Requirements

Hunting License pic

Hunting License
Image: adfg.alaska.gov

Jeffery S. Fraser seeks out investment opportunities such as Job Pose, an application that matches potential employees with employers. In 2011, Jeffery Fraser took ownership of Alaska’s Tsaina Lodge. He enjoys hunting in his spare time.

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game requires hunters, trappers, and fishermen to acquire a license whether it be for commercial or personal use. Harvesting different species of animals requires specific tags, stamps, or permits.

A license isn’t required, however, for Alaska residents under the age of 18, but those under 10 must be supervised by a licensed individual who is at least 16 years old. Permanent residents under the age of 18 do not require a fishing license either. Most licenses can be purchased online and printed at home with accompanying information from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Varied forms of licenses are available for seniors, military members, and veterans with disability.

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