Licenses, Permits & Passes
Disability Fishing and Hunting License Application
Click here for a Disability Hunting and Fishing License Application. This license cannot be obtained or renewed online - you will need to complete the form and mail it and supporting documents to the address on the form. Additional information and instructions for completing the form are on the back of the application. This free license is available only to Georgia residents, and is good for three years. It can be renewed before expiration by sending documents showing continued disability.
Georgia residents may obtain a lifetime license that does not have to be renewed instead of the disability license: cost for adults age 16 to 60 is $500, cost for veterans under 60 is $400, cost at age 60 is $95, and at age 65 the lifetime license is free.
Resident Disability Licenses are full privilege sportsman’s licenses, and include all state paid recreational hunting and fishing privileges (see below for additional no cost state licenses that may be required). The Disability License includes hunting, big game, Wildlife Management Area (WMA), alligator, Georgia waterfowl conservation, salt and freshwater fishing and mountain trout licenses. Remaining licenses or permits that may be needed are the free annual state deer harvest record, the free annual state HIP License for migratory birds, free annual state SIP License for salt water fishing and free honorary state deer dog hunting license are available anywhere Georgia licenses are sold, including through our online web site, by phone, or at a license agent. Directions for doing all three can be found here. The Federal Duck Stamp is available at Post Offices, from some Georgia license agents, and online at http://www.fws.gov/duckstamps/stamps.htm. There is a federally required fee for the Federal Duck Stamp.
To obtain the resident disability license, you will need to send the following with your completed application:
2. Proof of Georgia residency - a copy of a state issued identification card, a voter’s registration card, your driver’s license or an automobile registration.
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