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Hunting License Regulations

Did you know that 49 states have a mandatory hunter education program? So, there are generally two steps required to get a hunting license: (1) obtain your safety certification, if your state requires it, then (2) satisfy the other license requirements and apply for your license.

Today's Hunter is the official hunter education course of many state hunting and wildlife agencies. And, students who successfully complete an approved hunter education course will receive a safety certificate or card that is often recognized by other states.

So, please check with your state agency for the specific hunting license and hunter education requirements in your state.

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About the Ease of Use
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