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Detailed Information for: Hunting/Angling Combination License, Pioneer Resident
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Updated: 5/28/2014
Description: This is a free combination angling and hunting license for Oregon residents that have resided in Oregon at least 50 years and have reached the age of 65.

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Statutes, Rules, Ordinances: OAR 635-010-0155
Duration: Valid as long as licensee remains Oregon Resident
Fees - application, exam, etc.:  Free
Responsible Agency: Fish and Wildlife, Department of
Prerequisites: Must be 65 or older and
Oregon resident for at least 50 years.
Application Form: Pioneer License Application
Service Links:  Angling Mail Order Applicaiton
 Oregon Big Game Regulations
 Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations
 Online License Sales
 Application for Resident Pioneer Combination License
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Required Documentation: Applicant must sign application form to certify that the applicant has been an Oregon resident for at least 50 years and has reached the year of applicant's 65th birthday.
Additional Information: Please contact the department for more information and applications.

  Agency Information
Please refer to the Agency Website for further details and additional information.
Agency Name: Fish and Wildlife, Department of
E-mail Address: ODFW.Info@state.or.us
Phone: 503-947-6000
Mail Address: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
4034 Fairview Industrisl Dr.
Salem, OR 97302 - 1142
Website Information: http://www.dfw.state.or.us/

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