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

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

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.

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.


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You will be able to:
Print your license(s) after completion (latest version of Adobe PDF Reader required)
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.