License Fees for Resident Hunters in Oklahoma

If you're a resident hunter in Oklahoma, you'll need to obtain various licenses and permits to engage in hunting activities. Here are the details of the costs for resident hunting licenses and permits:

  1. Resident Annual Hunting: $32
  2. Resident Combination Hunting/Fishing: $53
  3. Resident Youth Hunting (valid for 16 & 17 years old only): $7
  4. Resident Youth Combination Hunting/Fishing (valid for 16 & 17 years old only): $19
  5. Resident Disability Hunting (see Special Licenses & Permits for details): $10
  6. Resident Deer Archery: $20
  7. Resident Deer Muzzleloader (antlered): $20
  8. Resident Deer Muzzleloader (antlerless): $20
  9. Resident Deer Gun (antlered): $20
  10. Resident Deer Gun (antlerless): $20
  11. Resident Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun: $20
  12. Resident Youth Deer Archery (under 18): $10
  13. Resident Youth Muzzleloader (antlered) (under 18): $10
  14. Resident Youth Muzzleloader (antlerless) (under 18): $10
  15. Resident Youth Deer Gun (antlered) (under 18): $10
  16. Resident Youth Deer Gun (antlerless) (under 18): $10
  17. Resident Youth Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun (under 18): $10
  18. Resident Elk: $51
  19. Resident Antelope: $51
  20. Resident Bear: $101
  21. Turkey (spring or fall): $10
  22. Fur License (Bobcat - Raccoon - River Otter - Gray/Red Fox): $10
  23. Resident Trapping (expires annually Feb. 28): $10
  24. Oklahoma Waterfowl (waterfowl stamp): $10
  25. Federal Duck Stamp ($2 mailing fee): $25
  26. Harvest Information Program (HIP Permit): Free online ($3 handling fee)
  27. Sandhill Crane Permit: Free online ($3 handling fee)
  28. Resident 5-Year Hunting: $88
  29. Resident 5-Year Combination Hunting/Fishing: $148
  30. Lifetime Hunting: $625
  31. Lifetime Combination Hunting/Fishing: $775
  32. Lifetime Senior Citizen Hunting: $15
  33. Lifetime Senior Citizen Combination Hunting/Fishing: $25
  34. Lifetime Disabled Veteran Combination Hunting/Fishing (under 60 percent disability): $200
  35. Lifetime Disabled Veteran Combination Hunting/Fishing (60 percent or more disability): $25
  36. Annual Wildlife Conservation Passport (permit does not provide hunting or fishing privileges): $26
  37. 3-Day Wildlife Conservation Passport (permit does not provide hunting or fishing privileges): $15
  38. Land Access Permit (Honobia Creek WMA & Three Rivers WMA): $40
  39. 3-Day Resident Special Use Land Access Permit (for nonhunting/nonfishing users at Honobia & Three Rivers WMA): $10
  40. 5-Day Rattlesnake Permit (see Special Licenses & Permits for details): $5
  41. Arrow Rifle Permit (see Big Game Regulations for details): $20

Please note that these fees are subject to change, and it's essential to verify the most up-to-date pricing on the Oklahoma Wildlife Department's website or authorized license vendors.

License Fees for Nonresident Hunters in Oklahoma

Nonresident hunters in Oklahoma also have specific license and permit fees. Here are the details:

  1. Nonresident Annual Hunting (not valid for antelope, bear, deer, or elk): $176
  2. Nonresident 5-Day Hunting (not valid for antelope, bear, deer, elk, turkey, or quail): $75
  3. Nonresident Deer Archery (valid from Oct. 1 - Jan. 15): $300
  4. Nonresident Deer Muzzleloader: $300
  5. Nonresident Deer Gun (valid for Deer Gun and Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun seasons): $300
  6. Nonresident Youth Deer Archery Either Sex (valid from Oct. 1 - Jan. 15): $100
  7. Nonresident Youth Deer Archery Antlerless (valid from Oct. 1 - Jan. 15): $31
  8. Nonresident Youth Deer Muzzleloader Either Sex: $100
  9. Nonresident Youth Deer Muzzleloader Antlerless: $31
  10. Nonresident Youth Deer Gun Either Sex: $100
  11. Nonresident Youth Deer Gun Antlerless: $31
  12. Nonresident Elk: $306
  13. Nonresident Antelope: $306
  14. Nonresident Bear: $506
  15. Turkey (spring or fall): $10
  16. Fur License (Bobcat - Raccoon - River Otter - Gray/Red Fox): $51
  17. Trapping (available only through ODWC headquarters) (expires annually Feb. 28): $345
  18. Oklahoma Waterfowl (waterfowl stamp): $10
  19. Federal Duck Stamp ($2 mailing fee): $25
  20. Harvest Information Program (HIP Permit): Free online ($3 handling fee)
  21. Sandhill Crane Permit: Free online ($3 handling fee)
  22. Land Access Permit (Honobia Creek WMA & Three Rivers WMA): $85
  23. Annual Wildlife Conservation Passport (permit does not provide hunting or fishing privileges): $26
  24. 3-Day Wildlife Conservation Passport (permit does not provide hunting or fishing privileges): $15
  25. 5-Day Rattlesnake Permit (see Special Licenses & Permits for details): $5
  26. Arrow Rifle Permit (see Big Game Regulations for details): $20

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