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License Agent Information
Welcome license agents
This site is your source for agent information including point-of-sale (POS) training materials and downloadable forms such as agent contracts and bank account changes.
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Discounts for customers
MI residents who are 100% disabled veterans:
Michigan residents who have a letter from the Veterans Administration (VA) stating that they are 100% disabled or individually unemployable will be eligible to receive all of their non-lottery licenses for free. Customers must have the letter from the VA in their possession to purchase the free licenses and must also carry a copy of the letter while afield hunting or fishing in order to be legal.
Active members of the armed forces:
Michigan residents who are currently full-time active duty are eligible to obtain free military (MLT) licenses. Resident must present duty papers, military orders, or other evidence verifying that he or she is active duty status, and a Michigan Driver License or voter registration at the time of purchase as well as while afield.
Active duty military who, at the time of enlistment, were residents of Michigan and who have maintained resident status for the purposes of obtaining a driver license or voter registration are also eligible for the free military (MLT) license. Resident must present duty papers, military orders, or other evidence verifying that he or she is active duty status, and a Michigan Driver License or voter registration at the time of purchase as well as while afield.
Non-resident active duty military currently stationed in Michigan are eligible to receive resident pricing on hunting and fishing licenses. Individual must present duty papers, military orders, or other evidence verifying that he or she is actively stationed in Michigan.
MI residents who are legally blind:
Michigan residents who are legally blind are eligible to receive a senior discount on their fishing license.
MI residents age 65 or older:
Michigan residents who are age 65 or older are eligible to receive a senior discount. Application fees are not discounted.
Federal duck stamp
License agents can sell Federal Duck Stamps from their POS device. Customers receive a Federal Duck Stamp receipt printed on license stock to use for up to 45 days until the official stamp is received in the mail.
- Cost is $28 which includes a $2.50 handling charge.
- Agents may charge customers a commission fee of up to $1.00 on the Federal Duck Stamp.
- Waterfowl hunters must have their receipt or stamp in their possession when hunting any waterfowl.
Find more information on the Federal Duck Stamp Program by visiting fws.gov/duckstamps.
Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger
The Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger program started in 1991 and has grown through the years with additional organizations participating on the board for the sole benefit of the hungry of our state. Since the beginning the estimated amount of venison utilized at food banks, pantries and shelters through the MSAH program is 608,000 pounds. That equates to 3,040,000 much appreciated hot nourishing meals for the hungry of our state.
Here's a list of Sportsman Against Hunger Processors