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Posted on March 8th, 2023 in Forestry, How To, Wildlife | No Comments »

MyDNR, Indiana’s Outdoor Newsletter: Remember that hunting and fishing licenses expire March 31. You can purchase your annual hunting or fishing license for 2023-24 now. If you’re looking for a year of fun outside, hunting and fishing are the perfect ways to breathe a breath of fresh air into your outdoor activities.fisheries

For more information and how to renew your hunting and fishing licenses please visit Indiana Fish & Wildlife Online License System.

Through the Division of Fish & Wildlife’s online license portal, you can:

  • purchase your Indiana resident and non-resident fishing, hunting, and trapping licenses
  • access the CheckIN Game system
  • apply for reserved hunts
  • find your Customer ID
  • register for your harvest information program (HIP) number

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources Fish & Wildlife has everything you need to know regarding hunting, trapping, shooting, fishing, licenses, permits, injured animals, wildlife diseases and much more.

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