Jane Vachon: (603) 271-3211
Sue Perry: (603) 271-2743
December 20, 2006
2007 Fishing and Hunting Licenses Now Available
CONCORD, N.H. --
2007 N.H. fishing and hunting licenses are now available. Get yours today
and be ready to enjoy a full year of outdoor adventure: winter ice-fishing;
angling for trout, bass and pike; getting out for spring gobblers in May
and more great hunting next fall. Good from January 1 through December
31, 2007, licenses can be purchased online at www.nhfishandgame.com,
or from license agents statewide.
Your hunting or fishing license
-- or, best of all, your "combo" license -- is your year-round
ticket to the Granite State's great outdoors. For New Hampshire residents,
an annual fishing license costs $35; basic hunting licenses are $24.50;
and combination (hunting and fishing) licenses are $48.50. Nonresidents
can buy annual fishing licenses for $53; hunting licenses for $105.50;
and combination hunting/fishing licenses for $143.50. Residents can buy
a one-day fishing license for just $10. Nonresidents have the option of
buying one-, three- or seven-day fishing licenses.
Gift certificates for 2007
licenses make a great gift for any hunter or angler on your list. Certificates
are available at Fish and Game headquarters on Hazen Drive in Concord,
or click here to print
a gift certificate order form.
Make getting outside a family
affair! New Hampshire fishing and hunting licenses are a great deal for
families. Children under the age of 16 fish free in New Hampshire. Youths
under age 16 can hunt without a license when they are under the direct
supervision of a licensed hunter over the age of 18. New Hampshire resident
seniors age 68 and older can get a free license to fish and hunt in New
Fishing and hunting license fees directly support wildlife and fisheries management and education.
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