Licensing: Sporting

Free Fishing License for Disabled Missouri Veterans

http://www.mdc.mo.gov/regs/permits

Any honorably discharged military Veteran having a service-related disability of sixty percent (60%) or greater, or who was a prisoner of war during military service, may take fish, live bait, clams, mussels, turtles, and frogs as provided in Chapter 6 without permit (except trout permit or daily tag in areas where prescribed), provided, while fishing, s/he carries a certified statement of eligibility from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Free Hunting License for Disabled Missouri Veterans

http://www.mdc.mo.gov/regs/permits

Any honorably discharged military Veteran having a service-related disability of sixty percent (60%) or greater, or who was a prisoner of war during military service, may take wildlife as provided in Chapter 7 without permit (except deer and turkey hunting permits and the Migratory Bird Hunting Permit and Conservation Order Permit as prescribed); provided, while hunting, s/he carries a certified statement of eligibility from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Resident Permit privileges for Permanent Change of Station

All members of the United States armed forces stationed and residing in Missouri on permanent change of station status, and their immediate families residing with them, may receive resident permit privilege.

Resident Permit Eligibility for Out of State Disabled Veterans

Any honorably discharged military Veteran having a service-related disability of sixty percent (60%) or greater, or who was a prisoner of war during military service, may purchase resident permits; provided, while purchasing and exercising permit privileges such person must carry a certified statement of eligibility from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Guard and Reserve Small Game & Fishing Permit

http://www.mdc.mo.gov/regs/permits.htm

For residents of Missouri who are currently, or have in the previous twelve (12) months, been mobilized and serving on full-time active military duty in either the National Guard (in Federal Status) or Reserve forces of
the United States to chase, pursue, take, possess and transport fish, frogs, mussels, clams, turtles, crayfish, live bait, birds (except wild turkey) and mammals (except deer), and to sell furbearers taken by hunting.
Fee: five dollars ($5)