Native Tennesseean License Allows All Born In Tennessee To Enjoy Resident Prices For Select Licenses

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Nonresidents of Tennessee, who were born in the Volunteer State, have the opportunity to apply for Native Tennessean annual licenses. The Native Tennessean licenses allow regular hunting/fishing/trapping licenses to be purchased at the same cost as residents and enjoy all the outstanding hunting and fishing the state has to offer.

 

A variety of licenses are available, which includes the Resident Sportsman License for all ages.

A complete list of the licenses can be viewed on the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Website at www.tnwildlife.org.

 

Nonresidents must apply for the Native Tennessean licenses on an annual basis. First time applicants must provide valid current photo identification, a certified birth certificate showing the applicant was born in Tennessee and/or the parents’ address was in Tennessee at the time of birth as shown on the certified birth certificate, Photocopies will not be accepted. First time license applicants may send the materials to: TWRA, Licensing Division, P.O. Box 41729 or at any of TWRA’s four regional locations in Jackson, Nashville, Crossville, and Morristown.

 

For returning applicants, they just have to return the application. It can be mailed to the same addressed, or returned by email: twra.miscapplication@tn.gov or by fax: (615) 837-4262. Renewal applications can also be made at any of TWRA’s four regional offices.


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