Resident licensed drivers applying for hunting and/or fishing license must have the following:

  • Valid Alabama Driver’s License (except active duty military, spouse, dependents).
  • Reside continuously in Alabama for 90 days.

Resident non-driver’s applying for hunting and/or fishing license must have the following:

  • Alabama Non-Driver’s Identification
  • Reside continuously in Alabama for 90 days.

Resident non-driver’s applying for hunting and/or fishing license WITHOUT a valid Alabama Non-Driver’s
ID must go to the License Commissioners office with at least two (2) of the following Residency Proof
Documents:

  • School registration (required for 5-16 years old)
  • Previous year tax return (mailing address only)
  • Voter Registration Card
  • Home property tax forms
  • Health Insurance forms with address
  • The last three (3) months of a utility bill with address
  • Certificate of employment, if containing proof of permanent residency
  • Other legal documents that may establish residency after approval by Alabama Conservation
    Department.
  • MINORS WITHOUT THESE DOCUMENTS: Parent or guardian may produce proof of their
    residency and confirm that the minor has resided with them for at least 90 days.
  • Residents 65 years of age and over are exempt from purchasing the following licenses (must have
    Alabama driver’s license or proof of permanent residence and age. Does not include non-resident
    land owners:

    • Hunting
    • State Duck Stamp
    • Fishing
    • Wildlife Management Area
    • Saltwater Fishing

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Disabled Hunting and Fishing License

Required Documents:

  • Applicant must complete a Physically Disabled Application and present a copy of a Driver’s License/Non-Driver Identification
  • Provide an approved disability certification document base on criteria below

If disabled thru Social Security, the document submitted must meet both criteria below:

  • Criteria #1:  Document from SSA must be dated within one year of the purchase date, and
  • Criteria #2:  Document must state applicant is disabled, receives or is entitled to disability benefits or is receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI).  A favorable letter from Disability Adjudication and Review will also be acceptable.

If the SSA document does not meet both criteria above, applicant should visit their local Social Security Office and request aBenefits Verification Letter that includes the type of benefits.

If disabled thru Office of Personnel Mgt., Railroad Retirement Systems or Retirement Systems of Alabama – the document submitted must meet both criteria below:

  • Criteria #1: Document must be dated within one year of the purchase date and
  • Criteria #2: Document must state that applicant is 100% permanently disabled

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