2010-11 Hunting, Fishing Licenses Now Expired; New Licenses Valid Through February, 2012
Tuesday, March 01, 2011 | 04:25am
NASHVILLE --- Tennessee’s 2010-11 hunting and fishing licenses expired Monday, Feb. 28. The 2011-12 licenses went on sale on Feb. 18 and are valid through February, 2012.
License sales provide the primary funding for the TWRA, which does not receive any funding from the state's general fund (i.e. state sales tax).
Resident licenses may be purchased by: persons who possess a valid Tennessee driver’s license; persons who have lived in Tennessee for 90 consecutive days with the genuine intent of making Tennessee their permanent home; military personnel on active duty in this state and their immediate families, who reside with them, regardless of resident status; students who are enrolled in a Tennessee school, college, or university for at least six months. A Social Security number is required to purchase a Tennessee hunting or fishing license.
The licenses are available at any TWRA regional office or license agent across the state. Licenses may also be purchased online at TWRA’s website: www.tnwildlife.org and charged to a credit card. Licenses may also be ordered by telephone and charged to a credit card by calling 1-888-814-8972. All licenses purchased by credit card will be charged a processing and handling fee. Effective as of March 1, the new fees over the telephone are $7.50 for those licenses mailed and $6.25 for those not mailed. Through the internet, charges are $4.25 for those licenses mailed and $3 for self-prints.
To expedite telephone orders, the caller should have ready the name, address, physical description, Social Security number, driver’s license number, TWRA ID number (if renewal), and credit card number.
Licenses are printed on a special tear-resistant, water-proof paper. In case of a lost license, duplicate licenses can be obtained from any REAL license agent for a $7 fee.