How To Get A Hunting License In Delaware

The state of Delaware requires hunters above the age of 13 to acquire a hunting license. Residents below 13 years and above 64 years can enjoy the adventure without a license. The only non-residents allowed to hunt without a license are those aged 12 years and under. Unfortunately, senior non-residents need a license.

While applying for a hunting license in Delaware, you need to choose the one that you are eligible for. The ones offered include resident, non-resident, youth license, disability and military/veteran

Note: migratory birds and deer may require special credentials. You can get your license from an approved vendor or the Delaware wildlife department website .