Military Hunting and Fishing presents New Hampshire.

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Active Duty Military

Active Duty Military Licenses – Fishing or Combination Hunting and Fishing License, NH must be home of record.

Reference: NHRSA 21:50 Veteran; Armed Forces; Active Duty; Service-connected Injury, Illness, Or Disability

Disabled Veterans

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department offers several permits for people with physical disabilities. Among them is a permit for a permanent hunting and fishing license for paraplegics. There’s a one-time $10 administrative fee for the license, and the applicant must present a letter from his or her doctor stating that the applicant is permanently and totally paraplegic.

Disabled veterans may also be eligible for a New Hampshire hunting and fishing license. Like the license for paraplegics, disabled veterans must meet certain criteria and present documentation of a permanent disability from the Veterans Services Office. With either permit, applicant must have taken a hunter education course.

The Department also offers permits to people with disabilities who want to hunt using a crossbow. To qualify, you must have a permanent physical disability that prevents you from using a conventional bow or a compound bow.

For a Non Resident Disabled Veterans License, currently the state of Vermont is the only state in which we have reciprocity. The same requirements apply for non-residents.

Reference: NHRSA 214:13 Veterans, Totally And Permanently Disabled

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