Application for a disabled veteran hunting, fishing or combination license
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Application for a disabled veteran hunting, fishing or combination license

A Utah resident who has a service-connected disability of 20% or greater may purchase a discounted hunting, fishing or combination license upon furnishing verification of a service-connected disability.

Service-connected disability means injury or illness incurred or aggravated while in the armed forces and is recognized by the United States Department of Veteran Affairs or by a branch of the US Armed Forces.

Armed Forces means the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Coast Guard, including the reserve components thereof and the Army and Air National Guard of the United States.

Verification of service-connected disability means an official written letter, statement or card issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs, or by a branch of the Armed Forces certifying that the person has a service-connected disability rating of 20% or higher.

Attention: If you have already applied and have been approved for a veteran hunting or combination license discount, you do not need to reapply each year. Once you purchase your first discounted veteran license, you will automatically be eligible to renew or repurchase your license at the discounted rate going forward.

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