Georgia Combo License Allows You To Hunt And Fish For One Low Price
SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. — -(AmmoLand.com)- Have you heard of some of the new recreational license opportunities, such as early renewal discounts, multi-year licenses, stacking licenses and combo licenses? All of these new options are a way to accommodate the needs of hunters and anglers in the State, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division.
For those potential hunters and anglers that are not yet ready to make an annual license purchase – the 3-day combo license allows for hunting and fishing privileges for only $3.50.
Combining hunting and fishing opportunities not only offers a convenience to the sportsman – but can also save money. Before, Georgia offered only a 1-day resident fishing license for $3.50 and a 1-day resident hunting license for $5.50.
Now, potential hunters or anglers can buy a license that will last for 3 days for the same cost of the old 1-day fishing only license. That gives value to the license by increasing the number of days and includes fishing privileges on wildlife management areas and on public fishing areas.
Sales of hunting and fishing licenses and boat registration provide key financial support for fish and wildlife conservation.
For more information, visit www.georgiawildlife.com.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is comprised of six divisions which carryout DNR’s mission to sustain, enhance, protect and conserve Georgia’s natural, historic and cultural resources. As one of six divisions within DNR, the Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) is charged with conserving, enhancing and promoting Georgia’s wildlife resources, including game and nongame animals, fish and protected plants. WRD is comprised of four sections – Game Management, Fisheries Management, Law Enforcement and Nongame Conservation, which regulate hunting, fishing and boat operation, protect nongame and endangered wildlife, provide conservation education and enforce laws for the protection and use of Georgia’s natural resources.