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A resident is a person who has established a true fixed and permanent home and primary residence in Indiana for 60 consecutive days prior to purchasing a license or permit and not claim residency for hunting, trapping or fishing in another state or country. All others are non-residents.
If you are not familiar with the Indiana hunting, fishing and trapping regulations, please go to the DNR Division of Fish and Wildlife web site, http://www.wildlife.IN.gov, to view regulations before purchasing a license.
Licenses purchased are nonrefundable and nontransferable.
Initial DAV licenses are not available through the online system. Contact DNR at (317) 232-4200 for more information.
Welcome to the Division of Fish and Wildlife online license system where you can purchase your Indiana resident and non-resident fishing, hunting and trapping licenses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN...
You must set up a separate account with a seperate e-mail address for each person that is 18 or older. You cannot purchase a license for multiple people over the age of 17 through one account/profile. You can only purchase licenses for associates that you manage under your account for children that are 17 and younger.
You will need a printer if you want to print your license. Please turn on and test your printer now by printing this page.
Attn: Hunters: Be sure to enter your Hunter Ed Number to purchase a hunting license if you were born after Dec. 31, 1986. Otherwise, you will only be able to purchase apprentice hunting licenses.
LICENSES ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE AND NON-REFUNDABLE.
Please be sure your license purchase is correct before hitting submit. If you have additional questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information collected by the Indiana DNR will not be disclosed except as required by state or federal law. All social security numbers and/or credit card numbers are treated as 'Secured Data.' The DNR does not maintain credit card numbers on file.