hunting license

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Noun1.hunting license - a license authorizing the bearer to kill a certain type of animal during a specified period of time
license, permit, licence - a legal document giving official permission to do something
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Only after being stationed in Europe and achieving the completion of a European hunting license did I realize how ignorant I was.
You must also buy a general hunting license, which is $72.50.
The vest also has a new bow holder; bigger, repositioned pockets; and a tab holder for your hunting license. The Retractor 20 has 20 feet of stowed webbing and works like your vehicle's seatbelt.
Indeed, if Bear bought his hunting license solely to hunt mule deer, he'd invested $88 in application fees and hunting licenses (needed to even apply for a tag) - with nothing to show for it other than four "preference points" to carry over to this year's tag lottery.
A 1996 state law requires all hunters born on or after January 1, 1980 successfully complete the hunter education course before they can receive their first hunting license. Participants completing the hunter education course receive a Hunter Education Certification card verifying that they have passed the course of instruction.
Q: I lost my hunting license and carcass tags while afield.
For hunting, the decades-long national decline in hunting license sales has ceased, and more than 20 states have reported increases in hunting licenses sold.
You also need a nonresident hunting license, which cost $57.75 last year, and a habitat stamp, which cost $5.50.
THE STRUGGLING ECONOMY has forced at least two states to drop or scale back plans to raise hunting license fees.
He also has a lifetime NYS hunting license. No trophy pictures here, JUST THE FUTURE OF OUR SPORT!