Jane Vachon: (603) 271-3211
Sue Martin: (603) 271-2743
October 19, 2004
Hunting License Sales and Hunting Info on the Web
CONCORD, N.H. -- Hunters: If you've held a New Hampshire hunting license in the last three years, you can purchase and print your 2004 license on your home computer at N.H. Fish and Game's website; drink your morning coffee; and still be in your tree stand before dawn.
To purchase a hunting license, click here. You'll need your previous N.H. hunting license and a credit card (Visa or MasterCard). Through this site, you can also purchase licenses for archery and muzzleloader hunting; plus pheasant, bear and wild turkey permits. Nonresidents, too, can purchase various hunting license and permit types, as well as annual or three-day small-game hunting licenses.
Hunters should note that all
3,250 of the Special Unit M antlerless deer permits for 2004 have been
Also on the Fish and Game website:
- Click here
to get to the main hunting page, where you can download a copy of Fish
and Game's 2004 N.H. Hunting Digest, the best source for
hunting season dates, management unit boundaries, special rules and
more. You can print the whole digest, or just the pages you want. You'll
also find a list of licensed New Hampshire hunting guides; lists of
N.H. butchers and taxidermists; harvest results from last year; and
here to read the New Hampshire Hunting Report, a monthly
summary of goings-on in the field.
Or, click here to sign up to get the report via e-mail.
here for the 2004 Hunting Forecast (PDF file, 138 KB), with
New Hampshire hunting tips and predictions from wildlife biologists.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is the guardian of the state's fish, wildlife and marine resources and their habitats.
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