Home Residents Visitors Departments and Services Departments and Services
 
Town Clerk Services

Certified Copies
Dog Registration
Elections and Voter Registration
E-911 Addresses
Facility Rental
Hunting Licenses
Land Records
Marriage Licenses
New Resident Information
Posted Land
Publications
Vehicle Registration
Vital Records

Hunting and Fishing Licenses

Hunting and Fishing Licenses may be purchased at the Town Clerk's Office. Lottery applications are available for Moose permits and Antlerless permits (subject to application deadlines). Each year the number of permits offered in the lottery vary depending on the biological conditions of the herds. Migratory Waterfoul stamps are also available.

General Requirements:
An applicant for a hunting or combination license must present either:
- A previous or current hunting or combination license from any state or Canadian province, or
- A certificate or a letter of proof showing satisfactory completion of an approved hunter safety course from Vermont or any other state or province, or
- Other satisfactory proof of prior license or hunter safety certification. A person may be able to obtain a copy of the license from the clerk or agent where the last license was purchased, or a notarized statement signed by the clerk or agent is sufficient proof.
- A person under age 16 must have his or her parent or guardian sign in the presence of an issuing agent to obtain a hunting license.

Additional Information

Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
- Buy your license online
- Document Library
- Fee Schedule
- Fishing Seasons
- Hunter Education Courses
- Hunting/Trapping Seasons
- Kids Fishing Events
- Lifetime/Permanent License
- Maps
- Regulations Guide

 

Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT 05671-0501

 

Archery License Requirements
To purchase an archery license a person must present either:
- A certificate of satisfactory completion of a bow hunter education course in Vermont or another state or a province of Canada, or
- An archery license from Vermont or another state or a province of Canada valid for any year, or
- Other satisfactory proof that the applicant has held an archery license.

Trapping License Requirements
The law requires that an applicant for a trapping license must present either:
- A previous or current trapping license from any state or Canadian province, or
- A certificate showing satisfactory completion of a trapper education course, or
- Other satisfactory proof that the applicant has previously held a trapping license.

Phone: 802-241-3700
Fax: 802-241-3295

Email: fwinformation@state.vt.us

   
Cabot Historical Society
Cabot School
Cabot Student Performing Arts Center
Front Porch Forum
Joe's Pond Association
Heart of Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Northeast Kingdom Chamber of Commerce
Many of the Forms and Documents available on this website are saved as PDF files. To view or print these files, you will need the latest version of the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Click here to download and install the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
VERMONT.GOV