Fishing licenses can be purchased at the Town
list for each type of license and all other
types of sales is posted
here and will be
updated as needed.
Click here for the DMP Lottery Odds Sheet
and for everything you need to know before
choosing your WMU’s.
for DMP’s, it may be helpful to use the
Management Unit Boundary Map.
important that you do not heat laminate your
license panels as the heat will turn the entire
panel pitch black. You can cold laminate the
panel if you’d like.
consider donating to the Venison Donation or any
of the other great programs when you come in to
purchase your licenses. The Dollars that you
donate help get the deer from the hunters to the
processors and finally to the homeless shelters.
Since 2000, nearly 500,000 pounds of venison
have been donated.
2006-2007 season, the Town of Wappinger
raised the 10th highest Dollar total
Statewide! We set a goal of $300 for the
2007-2008 season and surpassed that well
before the season ended. Let’s see if
we can get $500 for this season!
Please check the
Venison Donation Coalition
website for more info.
With the new
Junior Hunter Mentoring Program, 14 and 15 year
olds can now hunt dear and bear with a firearm.
Make sure to fill out the required permission
form and read the FAQ’s on the DEC Website
people with disabilities:
Obtain a Permit for Motor Vehicle Access
for People with Disabilities (518)
service members with 40% disability
Eligible for $5.00 license
Obtain verifying letter from VA annually
receive DMP preference
firearms from vehicle
Obtain a Non-Ambulatory Hunter Permit
bow equipped with an attachment to hold it
Obtain a Handicapped Archer Permit (518)
To use a
Obtain a modified Crossbow Permit (518)
wheelchair access sites, obtain the brochure
Opening the Outdoors to People with
Disabilities (518) 402-9428
post all courses that I hear about at the
Hunters Corner just outside the window to
the Town Clerk’s Office. Feel free to
call if you can’t make it in
information, check out the some FAQ’s that I’ve
posted and be sure to visit the New York State
Department of Conservation’s
Hunting webpage and