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Indiana residents who have served in the armed forces and have a documented service connected disability eligible for a DAV license. If you're looking for the disabled hunting permit application, visit our permitting website.
Steps to get your DAV license:
DNR Customer Service Center
402 W. Washington St., Room W160
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Indiana residents who have served in the Armed forces and have a documented service connected disability.
Yes, you may purchase the DAV license in the mail through the DNR customer service center when you send in your application form for your award letter. You will need to send in a check, money order to IDNR.
The license sells for $2.75 and covers the hunting of small game as well as fishing, excluding any stamps. Or you can buy a 10 year DAV license for $27.50. This covers the same as above for a total of 10 hunting/fishing seasons.
No, Game bird, Waterfowl and Trout and Salmon stamps are not included in the discount.
Yes, you may purchase stamps at the regular price to affix to your DAV license.
No, your DAV license is good for small game hunting or fishing only.
Once you receive your certified application, you may use it or your previous license to purchase future licenses and eliminate any delay. Just show your license or certified application to the vendor for proof of your eligibility.
Most state properties sell the DAV licenses as well as many licensed vendors around the state.
You may contact the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, at (317) 232-4200 or the Indiana Department of Veteran Affairs, at (317) 232-3910.