Hunting

Primitive Firearm

Grouping: 
Hunting Fees
Fees
Resident: 
$10.50
Non-Resident: 
$26.00

Lifetime License Application

Commercial or Recreational: 
Recreational

Disabled Veteran Application

Hunting or Fishing: 
Hunting
Commercial or Recreational: 
Recreational

Trapper Education

The Louisiana Trapper and Alligator Hunters Association host trapping workshops to pass on the knowledge and skills of trapping furbearers.

Trapping is an art form rapidly disappearing in our state today. It is an important tool in wildlife management and in some cases the only effective method of control available. It is important to pass this knowledge on to a new generation. This workshop is for you if you want to possess the knowledge and skills necessary to trap furbearers.

Workshops are open to ages 10 and above. Participants 10-12 years of age must be accompanied with a parent or guardian. Ages 13 and older may attend without a parent or guardian.

Workshop Schedules

To be announced.

Hunter and Bowhunter Instructor Courses

Upcoming Hunter Education Instructor Courses

HUNTER EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR COURSES – upcoming courses:

Volunteer Hunter Education Instructor Academy (2-DAY COURSE)

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please continue to check our website for any classes we may add in the future.

 

Requirements for other states

HUNTING OUTSIDE OF LOUISIANA?

See link below.

Tagging

POSSESSION TAGS

Any part of the deer or wild turkey divided shall have affixed thereto the name, date, address and big game license number of the person killing the deer or wild turkey and the sex of that animal. This information shall be legibly written in pen or pencil on any piece of paper or cardboard or any material which is attached or secured to or enclosing the part or parts. On lands enrolled in DMAP, deer management assistance tags must be attached and locked through the hock of the antlerless deer, (including those taken with bow, muzzleloader and those antlerless deer taken on either-sex days) in a manner that it cannot be removed, before the deer is moved from the site of the kill.

Documents: 

Natchitoches Shooting Range

Hours

See website

Fees

$20 per day; half price for military, police, and students; memberships available upon request; see website for details

Location

635 Tauzin Road, Natchitoches, LA 71457 (6 miles from Natchitoches on LA Hwy 6 East)

Contact

318-356-9457; natchitochesshootingrange@gmail.com; www.natchitochesshooting.com

Owner/operator

Natchitoches Sportsman's Association

Description

The Natchitoches Shooting Range is a privately owned and operated facility. LDWF has partnered with its owners to provide additional shooting and hunter education opportunities to the public.

  • Shooting accommodations
    • Rifle range (100 yards; lighted, movable target backs; 10 shooting points)
    • Pistol range (25 and 50 yards; 16 lighted shooting points)
    • Sporting clay range (10 stations)
    • 5-stand shotgun (lighted)
    • Skeet and trap (lighted)
    • Archery range with 3-D targets
  • Courses
    • Hunter Education
    • Concealed Carry
    • NRA Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun, Home Safety, Personal Protection
  • Proshop
    • Limited stock available onsite plus special order.
    • Gunsmith on duty all hours.
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