Cherokee Nation Citizens At-Large

Connecting the Citizens of Our Nation

Hunting & Fishing (OK)

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Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin sign a hunting and fishing compact expanding the hunting and fishing rights of all Cherokees living in the state of Oklahoma.

Did you know?

Effective January 1, 2016 and thanks to a historic agreement between the Cherokee Nation and the State of Oklahoma, all Cherokee Nation Citizens residing in Oklahoma are eligible for a free Cherokee Nation Hunting & Fishing License.

The Compact is an agreement between the Cherokee Nation and the State of Oklahoma, as sovereign governments, to promote the proper management and conservation of a shared wildlife resource. The new compact creates a joint system that allows Cherokees to hunt and fish in all 77 counties of the state with just one license.

The Cherokee Nation began mailing the licenses in December.

How to ensure that you will obtain your Cherokee Nation Hunting & Fishing License:

  1. Download and compete this form: “Hunting & Fishing Update Form

    • VERIFY MAILING ADDRESS IS CORRECT ON CHEROKEE CITIZENSHIP CARD.
    • CONFIRM SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER IS CORRECT ON CHEROKEE CITIZENSHIP RECORD.
    • CONFIRM DATE OF BIRTH ON CHEROKEE CITIZENSHIP RECORD
  2. Mail, fax, or email the form to the Cherokee Nation Tax Commission:

“Response is voluntary, but failure to update citizenship information may delay issuance of license.”

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