Massachusetts Licensing

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Hunting Permits are not transferable. 
Only you can use the one you are issued.
 
 
License Fees:
 
Massachusetts Resident Citizen Hunting                                    27.50

 

Non-resident (adult/minor) Hunting, Small Game                       65.50

(All game species except deer, bear, and turkey)

 

Massachusetts Resident Citizen Hunting (Age 65–69)              16.25

 

Resident/Non-resident Hunting, Paraplegic*                                FREE

 

Resident Alien Hunting                                                                    27.50

 

Non-resident (adult/minor) Hunting, Big Game                              99.50

(Deer, Bear, Turkey, and all other game species)

 

 

Non-resident Commercial Shooting Preserve (1 day)                    10.00

 

Resident Minor Hunting (Age 15–17)                                                11.50

 

Resident Commercial Shooting Preserve (1 day)                            10.00

 

Resident Citizen Sporting                                                                 45.00

 

Resident Citizen Sporting (Age 65–69)                                          25.00

 

Resident Citizen Sporting (Age 70 or over)                                    FREE

(includes trapping)

 

Resident/Non-Resident Paraplegic Sporting*                                FREE

 

Waterfowl Stamp                                                                              5.00

 

Wildlands Stamp, Resident                                                              5.00

 

Wildlands Stamp, Non-resident                                                      5.00

Need additional Information?

Contact info for

The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife

1 Rabbit Hill Road

Westborough, MA 01581

Phone: (508) 389 6300

Fax: (508) 389-7890

 

Email 

Mass.Wildlife@state.ma.us

 

Website 

https://www.mass.gov/orgs/division-of-fisheries-and-wildlife

Hours

Monday - Friday

8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.