How to Apply for a LicenseTerm
Hunting licenses are valid from the day they may be issued thru the next July thirty first, besides the Nonresident three-Day Waterfowl and Small Game License. They are available for purchase July 1st.Full Season Hunting License
Allows you to hunt all criminal game birds and mammals in season without the need for added Stamps stamps, besides: (1) deer at some point of Archery Season; (2) deer all through Muzzleloader Season; (3) migratory recreation birds; (four) furbearers, and (five) black bears. A Bonus Antlered Deer Stamp can also be used with those licenses.
Apprentice Hunting License is now available for first time hunters. The Apprentice Hunting License is a one-time license to be had to both citizens and nonresidents who have in no way hunted before.
Satisfactory of completion of a brief, on line hunter safety direction is required earlier to buying the license and the apprentice hunter is needed to seek with a resident as a minimum 18 years antique who possesses a legitimate Maryland non-apprentice hunting license. The Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP), Safety Education Section presents Hunter Education Courses.
Resident Apprentice Hunting License ………………………………………………………… $10.00 For first-time Maryland resident hunters of any age who by no means held a Maryland looking license.
Nonresident Apprentice Hunting License ……………………………………………………. $20.00 For first-time non-resident hunters of any age who never held a Maryland looking license.
A person won’t purchase an Apprentice Hunting License if they have formerly received any searching license in Maryland.Use of an Apprentice Hunting License calls for the subsequent:Successful crowning glory of a short, on-line hunter safety course is required prior to buying this license.Appropriate stamps are needed to hunt migratory birds and deer (an Archery Stamp, a Muzzleloader Stamp, and a bonus antlered deer stamp). The apprentice hunter ought to be accompanied and directly supervised through a Maryland resident at the least 18 years old who possesses a legitimate Maryland non-apprentice hunting license.The apprentice and mentor hunter ought to hunt in close proximity in order that the mentor can take immediately manage of the archery tool or firearm.The apprentice hunter can hunt unaccompanied if the full hunter protection route turned into taken and a Certificate of Competency in Firearms and Hunting Safety become received.
Resident Regular Hunting License $24.50 (Age sixteen to sixty four)
Resident Junior Hunting License $10.50 (Under 16 years of age, written permission of discern or parent required)
Resident Senior Hunting License $five.00 (Age 65 and above, may be purchased inside the calendar yr wherein a resident attains the age of sixty five.)Holders of Senior Lifetime Consolidated Licenses
This license has been eliminated, however individuals who already maintain this license are “grandfathered” and do not need to buy the Senior Hunting License, Archery, or Muzzleloader Stamps. However, they should purchase a Bonus Antlered Deer Stamp (to hunt an advantage antlered deer), a Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp (to seek migratory game birds), a Department of Natural Resources Managed Hunt Permit (wherein required), and a Furbearer Permit (to hunt or chase furbearers). A Big Game Harvest Record may be acquired at no fee from any Department of Natural Resources
Sport License Agent vicinity, in man or woman or with the aid of mail from any
Department of Natural Resources Service Center, or you can print your very own.
Nonresident Hunting License $one hundred thirty.00 (Age sixteen to sixty four)
Nonresident Senior Hunting License $sixty five.00 (Age 65 and above, can be purchased within the calendar year wherein a nonresident attains the age of sixty five)
Nonresident Junior Hunting License $32.50 (Under sixteen years of age, written permission of parent or dad or mum required)
Short Term License
Nonresident three-Day Waterfowl and Small Game License $forty five.00
Allows nonresidents of Maryland to seek all legal game except deer, undergo, and turkey for three consecutive prison hunting days. A Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp is required to hunt migratory recreation birds and a Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp is needed to hunt waterfowl and coots. A Furbearer Permit is required to seek, chase, or entice furbearers. The Hunter Education and Safety Requirement does no longer apply to looking most effective waterfowl with this license.Stamps Needed to Hunt in MarylandMaryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp $9.00
This stamp is needed for all people who hunt migratory recreation birds (coots, doves, rails, snipe, waterfowl, and woodcock), consisting of people not required to have a searching license and holders of senior looking licenses. Hunters must own the published receipt showing evidence of purchase of the Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp at the same time as hunting migratory recreation birds. Hunters are not required to signal and attach the Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp to their license. The Harvest Information Program (HIP) permit (see
Migratory Game Birds) is issued in conjunction with the Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp.Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation StampFederal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp – $25.00At U.S. Post Offices and at duckstamp.com – $27.00
This stamp (the federal duck stamp) is needed for all waterfowl hunters, which include folks that are not required to buy a looking license. Hunters beneath the age of 16 are exempt. The federal duck stamp must be signed in ink to be legitimate. If you order your stamp on line, http://duckstamp.com, you’ll get hold of a buy code. If you buy your stamp from a sport license agent, Department of Natural Resources online licensing, or a Department of Natural Resources Licensing and Registration Center, you may get hold of a published receipt. Both the acquisition code and the printed receipt can be regularly occurring as proof of the purchase for 45 days and ought to be possessed even as searching waterfowl and coots. The paper stamp will be mailed to the purchaser. The proof of buy will expire after 45 days after which consumer have to then possess the stamp, signed in ink, while hunting waterfowl and coots. The federal duck stamp does not ought to be attached to the searching license.
Missing Federal Duck Stamp: If you do now not get hold of your federal duck stamp within 2-3 weeks after purchase through Department of Natural Resources on line or by means of telephone, please electronic mail
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-852-4897.Archery Stamp*
Required to seek deer in the course of Archery Season with legitimate looking license. This includes crossbows.
Resident Archery Stamp $6.00
Nonresident Archery Stamp $25.00Muzzleloader Stamp*
Required to hunt deer in the course of Muzzleloader Season with legitimate hunting license. This consists of archery hunters that hunt with vertical bows and crossbows at some stage in the Muzzleloader Season.
Resident Muzzleloader Stamp $6.00
Nonresident Muzzleloader Stamp $25.00Bonus Antlered Deer Stamp*
One bonus antlered white-tailed deer may be taken for the duration of one weapon season in REGION B ONLY. The Bonus Antlered Deer Stamp have to be purchased previous to pursuing a bonus antlered deer. Bonus Antlered Deer Stamps won’t be used to take sika deer.
Resident Bonus Antlered Deer Stamp $10.00
Nonresident Bonus Antlered Deer Stamp $25.00
*Hunters entitled to seek with out a license do no longer need to purchase Archery, Muzzleloader, or Bonus Antlered Deer Stamps. Hunters with a Senior Lifetime Consolidated License do not need to buy Archery or Muzzleloader Stamps but should buy Bonus Antlered Deer Stamps to take bonus antlered deer.Education RequirementsHunter Education And Safety Requirement
To hunt or buy a hunting license in Maryland, State regulation requires:Presentation of a Certificate of Competency in Firearms and Hunting Safety (required of all first time hunters), orCertification which you held a hunting license issued prior to July 1, 1977, orCertification which you hunted on private belongings prior to July 1, 1977, and were legally exempt from purchasing a searching license, orCertification that you are shopping a nonresident license and will only hunt waterfowl.