Questions & Answers: lifetime licenses
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A: The combination lifetime license cost for a 40-year-old is $1,113.00. Please read the information below for more details. Resident Lifetime License Certificates Regardless of your age, purchase of a lifetime license could be the best investment you ever make. Lifetime combination, hunting and ...
Q: I have a lifetime hunting lisence for Idaho but had to move out of state. How do communicate/update my new address with Fish and Game?
A: Thank you for your question. Due to the sensitive nature of the information involved in your request, please contact IDFG Licenses at 208-334-2592 and we will be happy to assist you further.
Q: If you turn 51 years, in the middle of the year do you have to wait until the next year, for the senior lifetime license?
A: Individuals who turn 51 during a calendar year may purchase the senior lifetime certificates at any time during the year. The certificate entitles a holder to the appropriate annual lifetime license. To receive a senior license, a person must be sixty five (65) years of age or older and who have ...
Q: Is a lifetime hunting license holder who is a nonresident eligiable to purchase a resident hound hunter permit at the nonresident price, or do they have to apply for the nonresident lottery?
A: Nonresidents who own a lifetime hunting or combination certificate (license) are eligible to purchase nonresident hound hunter permits at the nonresident price. Lifetime hunting or combination license holders are exempt from the nonresident quota and can purchase the nonresident hound hunter ...