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Posted on 12/30/2014
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Buy a 2015 Vermont Hunting, Fishing or Trapping License Online

You’ll be entered to win a fishing kayak or shotgun


MONTPELIER, Vt. – Vermont Fish & Wildlife makes buying a 2015 hunting, fishing or trapping license quick and convenient on their website (, but they also are offering an extra incentive – two chances to win great prizes – a fishing kayak or a shotgun. 

A drawing for a L.L. Bean® Manatee Deluxe 12-foot Angler’s Kayak package, with paddle and cover, donated by LL Bean, Freeport, ME will be held on Friday, May 15, 2015.  A second drawing for a shotgun will occur at the Yankee Sportsman’s Classic Show in January 2016.

Anyone who purchases a 2015 license from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website before May 15 will be eligible for the kayak, and all who do so before December 31, 2015, will be entered to win the shotgun as well. 
“Vermonters consistently show a love of wildlife-based recreation, and this contest just adds to the opportunities,” said Susan Warner, director of public affairs for Fish & Wildlife.  “You can start 2015 by showing your support for conservation and buy a license easily at home or on your mobile device.”

To enter, you must purchase either a 2015 Vermont hunting, fishing, trapping, or combination license or duck stamp 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 Fish & Wildlife at 802-828-1000 for help with purchasing a license online.  You can also buy one at Fish & Wildlife’s booth at the Yankee Sportsman’s Classic in Essex Junction on January 16-18 and be entered to win.

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 can contact Fish & Wildlife at 802-828-1000 and make arrangements to buy your license online at one of their district offices.