Waterfowl Hunting abstract 2016-2017 Rhode Island

In order to qualify for a Rhode Island Hunting License please submit one of the following: A previously issued RI Hunting License,
A Hunter Safety Course card from any state, Active Military ID, DD-214 Honorable discharge papers from the military, and a copy of a
Current Driver’s License.
If we hunt Rhode Island you can fill out your license request via the link below and get your license by mail.

You will need a 3 day tourist license starting on the day of your hunt, State duck stamp and HIP number.  Make shore your fill out the HIP survey and mail it in with license request.

This is the link to follow for online mail in application.

Click the link below to get your Rhode Island hunting licence by mail!!

http://www.dem.ri.gov/programs/bpoladm/manserv/hfb/hunting/pdfs/hunting.pdf

 

5.3.1 The season for sea ducks (eider, long-tailed duck & scoter) is November 24, 2016 to January 22, 2017 inclusive. Except for the periods November 24 – 27, 2016 and December 3, 2016 – January 22, 2017 may be taken only in the Special Sea Duck Hunting Areas. These areas are seaward of the first upstream bridge, which includes Washington Bridge in the Seekonk River; Mt. Hope Bridge in Mt. Hope Bay; and Sakonnet Bridge in the Sakonnet River. Sea ducks taken in areas outside of Special Sea Duck Hunting Areas during the periods November 24 – 27, 2016 and December 3, 2016 – January 22, 2017 will be considered as part of the regular daily six (6) bird bag limit. Sea ducks may not be taken during the first segment, as well as the first day of the second segment of the regular duck season (October 7 – 10 and November 23).

5.3.2 The daily bag limit shall be five (5);

5.3.3 Only four (4) of which may be scoters, eiders, or long-tailed ducks; the possession limit is fifteen (15), only twelve (12) of which may be scoters, eiders, or long-tailed ducks.