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LICENSE INFORMATION
License Required: A current hunting license is
required and must be in possession to hunt, take or
kill any wildlife in Pennsylvania not classified as a
furbearer. A current furtaker license is required to
hunt, trap, take or kill any furbearer (coyotes are
the exception). A license is valid July 1 to the following June 30. Licenses are no longer required to
be displayed on an outer garment.
Identification Required When Hunting: While
afield, in addition to their hunting or furtaker license,
sportsmen are required to have cards or papers that
must be shown to an officer or landowner upon request to confirm identification and residency.
Customer Identification Number (CID): If you
have already purchased a hunting or fishing license
through the Pennsylvania Automated License System
(PALS), you were assigned a CID number which was
printed on your license. Please use this number when
applying through PALS, because this will identify you
in the database and speed the license issuance process.
If you have never purchased a license through PALS,
you will need to provide your Social Security number (SSN) when applying. This is a one-time only
requirement, and will not be needed again unless you
don't have or can't remember your CID.
Senior Lifetime License Holders: If you have not
purchased or renewed (lifetime licenses must be
renewed each year) your senior lifetime license
through PALS, you will need to provide your SSN
when applying. This is a one-time only requirement,
and will not be needed again unless you don't have
or can't remember your CID. Senior lifetime license
ID cards are no longer required, because PALS will
recognize your record through your SSN or CID.
You still need to provide proof of residency when
renewing your license, usually through a valid PA
driver's license.
Junior Licenses and Hunters: Persons under 17
years of age must have their parent or legal guardian's
approval to purchase a general hunting, combination or furtaker license. Persons who turn 17 after
purchasing a Junior License can still hunt that year
with the Junior License. 11-year-olds who have
successfully completed a required hunter-trapper
education course may apply for a Junior License if
they will be 12 years old by June 30 of the license
year. They may not lawfully hunt with the license
prior to their 12th birthday. Persons 12 and 13 must
be accompanied by an adult member of the family (at
least 18), or by an adult serving in place of a parent.
Persons 14 and 15 must be accompanied by any adult
18 or older. 16-year-olds may hunt alone. It is unlawful while accompanying junior hunters under 16 to
be out of sight of or unable to physically or verbally
control the junior hunter or to fail to comply with
fluorescent orange requirements. Verbal instructions
given through the use of an electronic or other sound
amplification device does not meet this requirement.
Unlicensed Persons: An unlicensed person may
accompany a properly licensed hunter or trapper provided the unlicensed person acts only as an observer
and does not, in any manner, participate in hunting
or trapping. Any person accompanying a licensed
hunter must wear the required amount of fluorescent
orange. An unlicensed person who has never held a
hunting license in Pennsylvania or any other state
may accompany a properly licensed hunter or trapper and participate in these activities providing the
following requirements are met: The person remains
in sight and close to a hunter at least 18 years of age;
the unlicensed person does not possess a firearm, bow
or other hunting device; the person complies with
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listed, if mandated, on a hunting roster as a member
of the hunting party. The ratio of licensed hunters to
non-licensed persons must not exceed 1:1.
Proof of Residency: Proof of Pennsylvania residency must be shown to obtain a resident hunting
or furtaker license. Persons must be domiciled in
Pennsylvania at least 30 consecutive days prior to application. Valid Pennsylvania driver's license, certain
Pennsylvania and local tax receipts, or other positive
means indicating residency may be used.
Training Certificate - Hunting: Persons who have
not held a hunting license issued in Pennsylvania or
another state or nation, or do not possess a training
certificate, are required to attain certification in an
accredited hunter-trapper education program before
applying for a hunting license. These provisions
do not apply to a person presenting: 1) evidence
of service in the U.S. Armed Forces, including the
Coast Guard and honorable discharge or separation
within six months of the application, or 2) evidence
the person is currently serving in the Armed Forces.
Replacement Training Certificate: For information
about obtaining a replacement Hunter Education
Training Certificate, see the PGC website at pgc.
state.pa.us.
Training Certificate - Trapping: Persons applying
for a furtaker license must present to the issuing agent
one of the following: 1) evidence the applicant has
held a trapping or furtaker license issued in Pennsylvania or another state or nation; 2) a certificate of
training; 3) an affidavit the applicant completed a
voluntary trapping course sanctioned by the Commission, or 4) the applicant has previously hunted
or trapped furbearers within the last five years. These
provisions do not apply to persons under 12 who trap
furbearers under direct supervision of a licensed adult
furtaker at least 18 years old.
Antlerless Deer Licenses: Antlerless deer licenses
are required to hunt for antlerless deer during any deer
season, except during the after-Christmas flintlock
season, and only then if the hunter has not used his
or her antlered "buck" tag. An antlerless deer license
is valid only in the Wildlife Management Unit of
issuance. The use or attempted use of an antlerless
license in another WMU is a violation of the law.
Resident Landowner Hunting License: An eligible
landowner who owns 80 or more contiguous acres
open to public hunting in a Cooperative Hunter
Access Program, or a designated immediate family
member living in the same household, is entitled
to a Landowner Hunting License. Applicants must
have their PGC cooperative hunter access program
agreement number when applying.
Landowner Antlerless Deer Licenses: An eligible
landowner who owns 50 or more contiguous acres
within any county is entitled to one antlerless deer
license for the WMU where the land is located, at the
prescribed fee ($6.70 for residents, $26.70 for nonresidents). If the qualifying acreage is located within a
county with two or more WMUs, the applicant selects
the management unit he or she desires. A landowner
must keep his/her property open to public hunting
and trapping year-round to qualify. These licenses are
allocated in advance of regular licenses. Landowner
license affidavit forms are available from county
treasurers, PGC offices and online. Applicants must
apply directly to the county treasurer of the county
where the acreage is located. These licenses must be
applied for prior to start of the regular application
period, which begins the second Monday in July.
Bear Licenses: Required to hunt bears. Licenses
available directly from all issuing agents. Bear licenses
will be available for purchase on a split schedule.

Bear licenses can be purchased from the start of
2014 license sales (approximately mid-June) until
the day before the statewide regular firearms bear
season (Nov. 21). Licenses will then be available for
purchase from Nov. 27-30, 2014.
Federal Duck Stamp: All persons 16 and older are required to have a federal duck stamp to hunt waterfowl.
It must be signed in ink across the face and carried by
the hunter. It is not necessary to display the stamp.
Migratory Game Bird License: All persons 12
and older are required to have a Migratory Game
Bird License to hunt waterfowl and migratory birds
including doves, woodcock, brant, coots, gallinules,
moorhens, rails and snipe. The license must be signed
in ink and carried by the hunter.
Resident Military Personnel License: To qualify
for this general hunting license for $2.70 applicants
must: 1) be a resident of this commonwealth; 2) be on
active and full-time duty in the U.S. Armed Forces;
3) be currently assigned to a facility outside this
commonwealth; and 4) be on temporary leave in the
commonwealth. Reduced fee $2.70 general hunting
licenses also are available to residents serving in the
PA National Guard and Reserves who, within the
previous 24 months, were deployed overseas for a period of 60 consecutive days or more, or were released
early from such service because of an injury or disease
incurred in the line of duty. Only one reduced-fee
license may be issued for each qualifying deployment. In addition, reduced fee $2.70 general hunting
licenses also are available to residents who are former
Prisoners of War imprisoned by enemy forces while in
the service of the armed forces of the U.S. as certified
by the appropriate branch of the armed forces of the
U.S. All of these licenses, except for POWs (county
treasurers and PGC offices sell POWs), are available
from any issuing agent. If applicant cannot apply in
person, he or she may submit to a Game Commission
office or county treasurer a written request, including
full name, legal address, telephone number, date of
birth, height, eye color and documentation verifying PA residency and military orders and, for the
POW license, a copy of DD 214 stating prisoner of
war status. Applicant must include a self-addressed,
stamped, return envelope with the request.
Disabled War Veterans: Resident disabled war veterans with service-incurred 100% disability, or the loss
of use of one or more limbs, may qualify for free hunting and furtaker licenses. Call your county treasurer.
Replacement Licenses: If a general license has been
lost or destroyed, a replacement may be purchased
for $6.70 by applying to any issuing agent. A lost
antlerless license can be replaced only by a county
treasurer. County treasurers may issue replacement
antlerless deer licenses for any WMU. Other
replacement licenses may be purchased online at
www.pgc.state.pa.us by clicking on "Buy Your
License."
Purchasing Licenses Online: Most licenses, except
antlerless deer licenses and military licenses, may be
applied for on-line at www.pgc.state.pa.us and click
on "Buy Your License." All general hunting, combination and furtaker licenses, and bear licenses are mailed
to applicants and are not valid until they are received
and signed by the license holder. Add-on privileges
purchased on-line, such as archery, muzzleloader and
migratory game bird licenses, can be printed by the
applicant. These add-on privileges (images if printed
by the applicant) are not valid unless the applicant
has his or her general license in hand.
License Transfers: Hunting and furtaker licenses are
nontransferable and nonrefundable. It is unlawful to
possess another's hunting license or big game tags.

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