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WDFW Licensing FAQsThese questions and answers are for the Fish & Wildlife Online Sales and Services site.
The type of hunting license you need depends on the species you intend to hunt. For instance, if you hunt deer, you need to purchase a big game license for deer. Transport tags for big game are included in the purchase price of the license. Check out the fee schedule or call the Licensing Division at (360) 902-2464. If you hunt multiple species, you can save money by purchasing all of your hunting privileges at the same time. You can buy your hunting license at any Department of Fish and Wildlife regional office or at our office. Anyone born on or after January 1, 1972, is required to complete an approved Hunter Education class to be eligible for a hunting license.
Are there any resident or disability status restrictions on the licenses offered by WDFW?
Check out the fee schedule or call the Licensing Division at (360) 902-2464. You can buy a license at our office. It is important to note that the temporary 1-3 day licenses are not valid to fish for game fish during the first eight days of the Lowland Lakes Opener beginning the last Saturday in April.
There are no restrictions on the license types offered through WDFW. If the system needs to be updated to reflect your license discount status such as a disability designation you will need to contact WDFW at (360) 902-2464 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may obtain a duplicate license or tags at any WDFW regional office or at our office. You will be required to pay a fee for each document duplicated.