A 6-month-old is the first person to take advantage of lifetime hunting and fishing licenses in New Hampshire.
Daylen Brickley is the lucky one to lay claim to the first of its kind.
New Hampshire decided to preserve its great hunting and fishing history by offering a Newborn Lifetime Combination Hunting and Fishing License to state residents. It can only be purchased by parents for children under the age of one.
Brickley’s grandfather read about the special offer in a hunting and fishing magazine. He immediately purchased one for his grandson on the first day they were available on July 23, 2015.
The newborns can redeem their fishing and hunting licenses (upon completing a hunter education course) when they turn 16.
The certificates can only be purchased at New Hampshire’s Fish and Game headquarters in Concord. The licenses are $300 plus a $4.50 habitat fee.
All proceeds from the licenses go to a special NH Fish and Game trust fund for future projects to ensure healthy wildlife resources for the next generation of outdoorsmen.