Clark-Eliason Post 352


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NJ Hunting- Fishing license information- Veterans- National Guard

Youths 10-15 who have completed a Hunter Education course may obtain their initial or duplicate Youth License at any license agent.

Youth Permits
Properly licensed youth hunters may use this site to apply for all permit lotteries and purchase over-the-counter permits.

Farmers wishing to participate in the DFW's farmer permit program must complete an application and receive their certification to obtain farmer permits at an agent or this site.

Active Duty Military
Any person on active duty in the armed services of the United States is entitled to purchase a NJ resident license (hunter education/previous resident hunting license requirements apply). Non-resident active duty military customers may use this site to purchase items, but must visit an agent to receive resident license pricing.

Fishing Buddy Licenses
Discounted licenses issued at agents only to two anglers when one (or both) has not had a license before or since 2010. More information.

Apprentice Hunting Licenses
The Apprentice License allows a person to obtain a license before completing a Hunter Education Course or without documentation of a course or previous year's license. Issued at participating agents only. Restrictions apply. More information.

NJ National Guard personnel are entitled to free licenses, permits and stamps. These items are not available using this Fish and Wildlife website. However, the NJ Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs can issue fishing licenses through its website at For all other licenses call 609-530-6866, e-mail or write to:

MSG (Ret.) Robert Greco
101 Eggert Crossing Rd.
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Disabled Veterans
Honorably discharged resident veterans with a service-connected disability are entitled to free licenses, permits and stamps. Residents who have completed the Disabled Veteran (DV) certification process may use this site to obtain their free licenses and permits, but there will be a shipping and handling fee of $1.50 per transaction for non-printable items.
Information on the Disabled Veteran program is available on the Disabled Veteran Information page.
Fishing Licenses for the Blind
Residents who are legally blind may obtain a free license. Phone 609-984-6213 or Download the Application (pdf, 35kb).
Fishing License Exemption for Residents Age 70 and Older
NJ residents age 70 and over are exempt from fishing license and trout stamp requirements. A driver license or other proof of age containing date of birth and physical description will serve as the fishing license.
More Info, go to NJDEP fish- Wildlife
Veterans Go to the Following Link Below:
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission - Veteran Designation




A Special Message to our World War II Veterans

Let us Honor You, Recognize You, and Thank You at the World War II Memorial!


The Friends of the National World War II Memorial is calling on all World War II veterans to join us at the National World War II Memorial this year as we continue with our four-year WWII 75th Anniversary Commemoration, marking the 75th anniversary of every battle and campaign during World War II.


Friends is the only organization hosting a four-year 75th anniversary commemoration, marking every battle in which American troops participated during World War II. Since the beginning of the 75th anniversary commemoration on Pearl Harbor Day 2016, Friends has hosted twenty 75th anniversary ceremonies at the Memorial. The Friends of the National World War II Memorial WWII 75th Anniversary Commemoration still has two more years full of ceremonies left, as it will continue through the 75th anniversary of V-J Day on September 2, 2020.

Among the battles whose 75th anniversaries Friends will be marking over the course of 2019 are the 75th anniversary of the Allied landings at Normandy, France on D-Day on June 6, 2019 and the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge on December 16, 2019.

In order to honor, remember, and celebrate the Greatest Generation, we want to be joined by as many of our World War II Veterans as possible.

But even if our veterans can't make it in person or if they've left us too soon, they can still be honored! 

If you are a WWII veteran or you know of one, please be sure to
sign up to be remembered today!