To enter this contest, you must purchase either a 2015 Vermont hunting, fishing, trapping or combination license from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website. Licenses purchased from agents or through the mail do not enter you in this contest.
One entry per person – purchasing additional tags does not enter you in this contest multiple times. Permanent licenses purchased online to start in 2015 also enter the purchaser in this contest.
If you have trouble purchasing a license online, you may call the Fish & Wildlife Department at 802-828-1000 and we can guide you through the process.
If you do not have access to the internet, most public libraries have internet access available for public use. If your local public library does not have internet, you may contact us at 802-828-1000 and make arrangements to buy your license online at one of our district offices with the help of our staff.
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What will I win?
The prize includes a LL Bean Manatee Deluxe Angler’s Kayak package, with paddle and cover, donated by LL Bean, Freeport, ME. The winner will be drawn on Friday, May 15, 2015.
A second drawing for a shotgun will occur at the Yankee Sportsman’s Classic Show in January 2016.
The winner will be contacted via phone or email. The kayak package must be picked up within 30 days of the winner being contacted, or the winner will forfeit the prize. The prize must be picked up by the contest winner from one of our district offices in Essex, St. Johnsbury, Barre, Montpelier, Springfield, or Rutland.
Only those eligible to purchase a license will be entered in the contest. Employees of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and their immediate families including minor children and spouses are not eligible for this contest.
Winner of the First Drawing for the Canoe:
Congratulations to Kevin Masse of New Haven, VT. He was randomly selected as the winner of an Old Town canoe and motor, just for buying his license online.
L.L. Bean® proudly supports Vermont Fish & Wildlife
Confidentiality of Information:
Information collected for the sale of department hunting, fishing, trapping licenses and permits is not public information under Vermont law 1 VSA § 317. The department does not sell or give names and addresses collected for the sale of licenses and permits to third parties. Periodically, Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department (or its designated agent(s)) may use contact information from license-holders to conduct surveys and research, or send information about license sales and hunting and fishing programs involving Vermont fish and wildlife. The information obtained from these surveys will provide public input on fish and wildlife management actions and human interactions for the management of Vermont’s fish and wildlife resources.