New licenses available

Did you know the DNR's Section of Wildlife manages 50 different game species? Add 1,400 Wildlife Management Areas and Minnesota is the envy of most states. It offers vast public lands, a wide variety of species to hunt and some of the best ruffed grouse hunting in America.

Though you can't see it on a fish finder, at the bottom of Minnesota's great fishing is a system of DNR research, management and effective law enforcement. This system has made Minnesota one of the nation's top five angling destinations. It is the foundation that generates $3 billion in annual Minnesota retail sales and supports 43,000 Minnesota fishing-related jobs.

Your license dollars are the fiscal foundation of this fish and wildlife management. License fees increased March 1, 2013, for the first time in 12 years. The increase, which passed in 2012, was critical to maintaining the world class fishing and hunting that Minnesota enjoys.

New fishing licenses

 

New hunting licenses

Resident   Resident
Code License Fee
140 72-Hour Individual
Trout stamp and spearing license not needed
$12
141 3-Year Individual $63
138 Youth (Ages 16-17) $5
142 Individual Super Sports * $99
143 Combination Super Sports * $125

* These licenses are available. However, currently the prices of these licenses are more than if purchasing the included licenses individually.

 
Code License Fee
144 72-Hour Small Game
State waterfowl and pheasant stamps not needed
$19
190 Walk-In Access $3
190 Youth Walk-In Access $3
142 Individual Super Sports * $99
143 Combination Super Sports * $125

* These licenses are available. However, currently the prices of these licenses are more than if purchasing the included licenses individually.

     
Non-resident   Non-resident
Code License Fee
205 Youth (Ages 16-17) $5
 
 
Code License Fee
145 72-Hour Small Game $75
190 Walk-In Access $3
190 Youth Walk-In Access $3
 

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