Alabama Department of Conservation & Natural Resources
Hunting & Fishing Licenses
Welcome to the Online License Purchasing System of the
Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

General Information

New 2019-20 Recreational Hunting and Fishing Licenses will go on sale
Monday, August 26, 2019 at 12:00 AM.
The license you purchase today will expire August 31, 2019.

Licenses are valid September 1 through August 31.
Licenses will expire on August 31 unless noted.
Residency is determined by issuance of driver's license.
Begin Your License Purchase

US Citizens - You must have a valid driver's license, ID or passport and your social security number (why?) available.

Alabama Residents must possess a valid Alabama driver's license or non-driver's ID.

For Alabama Residents without these items, please visit your local probate office, license commissioner, Marine Resource Office, or Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries Montgomery Office in person to provide proofs of residency.

You are considered a Non-Resident IF you have an Alabama Driver's License or Non-Driver's ID and:
  • You possess a valid driver's license from another state
  • Your Alabama Driver's License is valid and indicated as a Foreign National
  • You are NOT a US Citizen
  • Military Residency Exception is only available at your local probate office, license commissioner, Marine Resource Office, Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries Montgomery Office, or authorized Outdoor Recreation Office with a copy of orders of assignment to Alabama or military paperwork showing Alabama as their current home of residency.

    Non-resident College Student (age 17-23) Residency Exception is only available at your local probate office, license commissioner, Marine Resource Office or Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries Montgomery Office.

    Non-US Citizens - You must use a valid passport.

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    You will be able to:
    Print your license(s) after completion (latest version of Adobe PDF Reader required)
    Download to your smartphone
    View using the Outdoor Alabama app
    Learn more about the types of licenses available and pricing.

    It is a violation of Alabama State Law to willfully or knowingly make a false statement when purchasing an Alabama hunting or fishing license. Alabama is a member of the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact.

    Policy Related Questions: 1-888-879-4150
    Technical Support: 1-866-353-3468 or support@alabamainteractive.org
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