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Hunting in Hawaii: Online Resources and Mobile Apps to Enhance the Field Experience

By    |   Monday, 25 May 2015 05:09 PM

Thanks to online services and to apps for your mobile device, you can handle much of the planning for your next Hawaii hunting trip without living your home. Use these resources to research the requirements for hunting in Hawaii, review current hunting laws and seasons, and obtain all of the necessary permits and licenses.

Once you’re out in the field, you can relax knowing you’re up-to-date on everything related to hunting, and know that you can simply take out your cell phone if you have a question or need additional information.

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The state of Hawaii maintains several sites that offer everything you need to know about how, when, and what to hunt. Check out the following websites and apps before you schedule your next hunting trip in Hawaii:

1. Online Hunting License Application

Use the Hawaii Division of Forestry and Wildlife’s online form to purchase your hunting application. You must have a valid Hunter Education number, located on the Hunter Education card issued after you complete the required training. Or, if you qualified for a Letter of Exemption, you’ll need that number.

You must also provide your Social Security number and proof of residency if you want to qualify for the cheaper resident hunting permit. In addition, you’ll need a working printer so you can print out the license.

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2. Hunt Application System
In some areas, simply having a hunting license doesn’t make you eligible to hunt there. These hunting grounds use a lottery system to determine how many hunters can participate. Using the online Hawaii Hunt Application System, you can find upcoming hunts and submit an application for the event.

3. Rules Regulating Game Mammal Hunting

This PDF file, published by the State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife, is a comprehensive guide to the state’s laws governing hunting of game mammals.

It includes a list of the areas open for hunting and any rules or special restrictions that apply. It also outlines which animals you can hunt and which are off-limits.

This article is for information only. Please check current regulations before hunting.

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