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Registering a Watercraft or Applying for Hunting and Fishing Licenses

You are eligible to register your watercraft or apply for a hunting or fishing license, permit, tag or stamp as an Arizona resident, if you are a person who is:

(a) A member of the armed forces of the United States on active duty and stationed in this state for a period of 30 days immediately before the date of application for a watercraft decal, license, permit, tag or stamp.

(b) A member of the armed forces of the United States on active duty and stationed in another state or another country and who lists this state as that member’s home of record at the time of an application for a watercraft decal, license, permit, tag or stamp.

Has been a member of the Armed Forces of the United States on active duty and stationed in this state for a period of thirty days immediately preceding the date of this application.

Residency Fact Sheet

Disabled Veterans

Brief Description – A Disabled Veteran’s License is issued to a disable veteran who has a service-connected disability rated at 100% disabling, who is receiving compensation and who has been a resident of Arizona for one or more years. The disabled Veteran’s License grants all the privileges of a Hunt/ Fish Combination License.

A person must show certification from the Veteran’s Administration confirming permanent service connected disabilities rated as 100 percent disabling, plus one or more consecutive years as a bona fide Arizona resident immediately preceding application for license. Click here for additional information.

An Excerpt from:

HOUSE BILL 2303 – AN ACT AMENDING SECTION 17-332, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES; RELATING TO THE TAKING AND HANDLING OF WILDLIFE

(b) A VETERAN OF THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES WHO HAS A
3  SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY.
For the purposes of this paragraph:
4 (i) “Disability” means a permanent physical impairment that
5 substantially limits one or more of the child’s major life activities
6 requiring the assistance of another person or a mechanical device for
7 physical mobility.
8 (ii) “Qualified organization” means a nonprofit organization that is
9 qualified under section 501(c)(3) of the United States internal revenue code
10 and that affords opportunities and experiences to children with
11 life-threatening medical conditions or with physical disabilities OR TO
12 VETERANS WITH SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITIES

 

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License Information

General Hunting Fishing
Purchase License Online Hunting License Information Fishing License Information
Duplicate / Replacement * Lifetime Licensing Lifetime Licensing
License Agent Listings Hunting Regulations Fishing Regulations
Permits Gun Regulation Disabled Veteran License Information

*Lost License Replacement
Lost or destroyed licenses may be replaced for a fee at any Arizona Game and Fish Department license dealer. An applicant for a duplicate license will be required to sign an affidavit attesting that the applicant purchased an original license. Licenses purchased online or through department offices may be reprinted online any time for no additional fee.

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