In Minnesota, youth aged 11 years and under may hunt small game without a license. When they reach 12 years, they are required to take the hunter’s course then apply for an apprentice license. Everyone else above the age of 15, resident and non-resident should get a license in order to hunt. Landowners may hunt on their land without a hunting license.
The state of Minnesota provides special licenses for the following: youth (16-17 years), disability and military/veteran. Lifetime licenses are also available.
To get a hunting license in Minnesota, find an approved agent in your neighborhood or visit the Department of Natural Resources website.