Hunting & Fishing License
Individuals may claim only one state or province as their legal residence.
Resident means a citizen of the U.S., or an alien who has been so domiciled for one year.
You will not be considered a Maine resident unless:
a) if registered to vote, registered in Maine;
b) if licensed to drive a motor vehicle, made application for a Maine motor vehicle license;
c) if owning a motor vehicle or vehicles located within the State, registered each such vehicle in Maine;
d) complied with the State income tax laws; and
e) if a full-time student at a Maine college or university, and satisfies above requirements.
Nonresident means a citizen of the United States who does not fall within the definition of Alien or Resident.
Alien means a person who is not a citizen of the United States.
Proof of Residency is required at time of purchase
Anyone purchasing a hunting license is required to show:
proof of a previous hunting license,
or proof of Hunter Safety Course participation,
and your drivers license (Drivers License is required for purchasing a fishing license also.)
The same rule applies to purchasing a Resident Archery License.
Hunting & Fishing Licenses may be purchased at the Town Office. Licenses may also be purchased on-line at the State's web site. You can also access the web site on our Home Page (Moses).You can obtain the law books for Hunting & Fishing at the Town Office or from the State.