With ODFW’s electronic licensing system, you can now purchase your licenses and tags online 24/7, 365 days a year, and download them to an app on your smartphone or print paper copies at home. You also can still visit an ODFW office or license vendor to purchase paper or electronic copies of your documents.
There are two ways to purchase licenses, tags, permits or other documents:
Great for people who want to buy at home, and/or carry their documents on their smartphone
* Wildlife Area Parking Permits are not available for download and must be printed.
To learn more about electronic licensing system, duplicate licenses, buying a license for others, and what happens if your smartphone dies or you’re out of cell phone range, see our FAQs.
Great for people who don’t use a computer or smartphone
*If you have none of these items, ask the agent to try to find you in the system or call ODFW Licensing at (503) 947-6101.
If you have questions about the new licensing system, duplicate licenses, buying licenses for others, tagging an animal or whether you’ll be asked to verify your account, visit our FAQs.
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