Hunting

Wild Louisiana Stamp (1 day)

Grouping: 
Hunting Fees
Fees
Resident: 
$2.00

LA Sportsman's Paradise License

Grouping: 
Hunting Fees
Fees
Resident: 
$100.00
Description: 

LA Sportsman's Paradise License: Includes Basic and Saltwater Fishing, Basic Season and Big Game Hunting, Bow, Primitive Firearms, Turkey, LA Duck, WMA Hunting Permit and all Recreational Gear licenses (EXCEPT recreational trawls greater than 16 feet in length - additional license required).

Louisiana Duck

Grouping: 
Hunting Fees
Fees
Resident: 
$5.50
Non-Resident: 
$25.00

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

Trapping Workshops

Single Day Workshops
1.  Monroe Field Office (October 20, 2018)
2.  Sherburne WMA (November 3, 2018)
3.  Woodworth Education Center (November 10, 2018)
4.  Peason Ridge WMA (December 1, 2018)
5.  Vermilionville (December 8, 2018)
6.  Rockefeller Refuge (January 19, 2019)
7.  Dewey Wills WMA (February 9, 2019)
8.  Pearl River WMA (February 16, 2019)

Full Weekend Trapping Schools
1.  Woodworth Education Center (March 1-3, 2019)
2.  Woodworth Education Center (March 22-24, 2019)

LDWF has partnered with the Louisiana Trappers and Alligator Hunters Association (LTAHA) and the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies to provide a free, voluntary online trapper education course.

Course topics include:

  • Introduction to Trapper Education
  • Historical Considerations
  • Furbearer Management
  • Best Management Practices
  • Running a Trapline
  • Trapping Regulations
  • Types of Traps
  • Trapping Equipment
  • Trapping Safety
  • Responsible Trapping
  • The Market Value of Furbearers

Trapper education is not mandatory in Louisiana, but the information provided in this free course can help current trappers improve their knowledge and provide new trappers with a basic background of the industry. The purpose of this course is to increase active trapper numbers, provide basic trapping knowledge, and teach ethical and law-abiding behavior, as well as to instill public confidence and maintain public support for trapping as a wildlife management tool.

LDWF and the LTAHA also offer hands-on trapping workshops. Workshops are held each winter, generally as full day Saturday events, in both the southern and northern areas of the state. Workshop topics include trap setting for land and water areas, skinning demonstrations, and pelt handling techniques. Workshops are available to teens and adults who have completed the online course.

For more information contact Jennifer Manuel at JHogue-Manuel@wlf.la.gov or 337-735-8674.

Hunter and Bowhunter Instructor Courses

Volunteer Hunter Education Instructor Academy (2-day course)

Dates:  October 18th & 19th

Location: 

St. Tammany Sheriff’s Office training center.

39395 Pine St.

Pearl River, LA 70452

 

To register for the class, please go to: https://la-web.s3licensing.com/Event/Details/43961

 

Meals and refreshments will be provided both days.  For more information, please contact Brad Jackson at bjackson@wlf.la.gov.

 

Volunteer Hunter Education Instructor Academy (2-day course)

Dates:

October 25, 2019 5:30P.M.- 9:30 P.M.

October 26, 2019 8:00 A.M.- 4:30 P.M.

 

Location:

Sherburne WMA Headquarters Building

1132 Sherburne Rd

Krotz Springs, LA 70750

 

Please call 337-735-8685 for more information or go to https://la-web.s3licensing.com/Event/Details/46292 to register for the course.

 

 

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