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Active Duty Military

Residents of Indiana (Hoosier State) who are engaged in full-time military service may fish without a license while on approved military leave. However, the angler must carry leave orders and a valid IN driver’s license or voter registration card. Non-resident military personnel stationed within Indiana must obtain a resident license to fish or hunt in IN. Non-resident military personnel on active duty and stationed within the Hoosier State may hunt or fish with a resident license. A fishing license and trout and salmon stamp are NOT required for: Residents of Indiana who are engaged in full-time military service may fish without a license while on approved military leave. However, the angler must carry leave orders and a valid IN driver’s license or voter registration card. Non-resident military personnel stationed within the Hoosier State must obtain a resident license to fish or hunt in Indiana. Landowners or lessees of farmland, who farm that land, their spouses and children living with them, while fishing in public waters from the farmland they own or lease.

Disabled Veterans

Hunting Permits for Persons with Disabilities The DNR issues permits to individuals with a disability that prevents them from taking wildlife under regular hunting regulations. The DNR may issue a special permit to an individual with a physical impairment resulting from an injury or disease, excluding impairment which is attributable to the normal aging process. Special permits allow those who cannot walk or have serious walking limitations to hunt from a vehicle. On state and federal lands, permit holders must obtain permission in advance from a property manager to gain vehicle access to lands or roads that are otherwise closed to vehicular traffic. Those who have a disability that prevents them from using a regular bow may be issued a permit to use a crossbow. To apply for a hunter with a disability hunting permit, you must complete an application form, and a physician must complete a statement of disability form. Rules governing the use of hunter with a disability permits and application forms are available from the Division of Fish and Wildlife, 402 W. Washington St., Room W273, Indianapolis, IN 46204; (317) 232-4080. To be considered for fall hunting seasons, applications must be received no later than August 1.

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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 Regulations Disabled Veteran License Information

* Can I purchase a lifetime license?

  • No, but existing lifetime licenses are still valid. DNR is no longer selling new lifetime licenses.

What do lifetime licenses cover?

  • Lifetime comprehensive hunting and fishing licenses cover all Indiana hunting and fishing licenses and stamps.

What if my lifetime license is lost, stolen or destroyed?

  • If your license is lost, stolen or destroyed, you should notify the DNR immediately. A lifetime license affidavit  for replacement can be found online; you can also contact us with all inquiries at lifetimelicense@dnr.in.gov or you can call us at (317) 232-4200. Upon the return of the affidavit, we will issue a replacement license. There is no cost for the replacement.

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