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Old 07-19-2014, 04:57 PM   #1
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In state and out of state license questions

Well I have a little dilemma... here it is.

My parents are divorced, my mom lives in Illinois, my dad in Missouri. I go to school in Illinois but i can go to either households whenever i want. I hunt and have always hunted in Missouri because my dad owns 144 acres there.

Before I turned 16 my dad always got in state license for the both of us because i didn't have a drivers license to really prove I lived in Illinois and there cheaper. But no that I am 17 and have a Illinois drivers license what do i do?

I am still in the Missouri Department of Conservation as a resident of Missouri and can get in state Missouri license and have only had to buy one license for Illinois once when i went snow goose hunting. And i asked for an out of state license but handed the guy an Illinois drivers license and he was confused but gave me a out of state license anyway. Technically i guess i could buy both in state but don't want to lose me being able to get in state for Missouri since I hunt there 99% of the time.

What should I do?
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Old 07-19-2014, 05:01 PM   #2
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I would make a call to the local fish and game/ wardens office and ask them. (i’d talk to someone for both states) My dad was an officer for like 35 years, Thats the best thing you can do to make sure you are legal.
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Well I'm afraid they will say no you can't do that, then make sure I can't get in state for Missouri which is all I want.
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