Hunting and Fishing License Bond Guide
SuretyBonds.com is legally licensed to issue hunting and fishing license bonds nationwide. Whether you sell licenses in Colorado, New Hampshire, Kansas or Florida, we can help!
Hunting and fishing license bonds are a unique type of surety bond in terms of why they’re required. Just as lottery vendors must file a surety bond with the state before they can sell lottery tickets, sellers of hunting and fishing licenses must file a surety bond before they can legally sell licenses in certain areas. Don’t worry if you’re wondering what a surety bond is. We created this guide to hunting and fishing license bonding just for you.
State Specific Costs by State
Bond costs and requirements vary greatly by state as the bond amounts and regulations surrounding each license are established on a state level. Select your state below for more information about Fishing and Hunting Bonds in your area or call 1-800-308-4358 to speak with a surety expert.
Pay A Low Rate Without A Credit Check!
Because little risk is involved with hunting and fishing license bonds, SuretyBonds.com can write these bonds freely without requiring applicants to undergo a credit check. The only variation in cost depends on how much bonding coverage a state requires. Most clients pay just $100 to $200 for a year of hunting and fishing surety bond coverage. Find out what your low rate is.
Get Your Bond In Minutes!
SuretyBonds.com makes the bonding process quick, easy and accurate. If you’re ready to purchase or renew your annual hunting and fishing license surety bond, give us a call at 1 (800) 308-4358 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CST. Once your payment has been processed, you’ll receive a copy of your bond immediately via email. Then you’ll receive your original bond form in the mail via your preferred shipping method. If you’re in a rush, choose our overnight shipping option. What are you waiting for? Get your bond today!
Learn More About Surety Bonds.
Surety bonds bind three parties together to ensure certain obligations are fulfilled. When it comes to hunting and fishing license bonds:
- The government agency requiring the bond is the obligee.
- The hunting/fishing license business owner who purchases the bond is the principal.
- The underwriter that issues the bond is the surety.
By purchasing a surety bond, the business owner pledges to sell hunting and fishing licenses according to law. By producing the bond, the surety backs this pledge.
If a hunting and fishing license vendor fails to uphold the terms of the surety contract and the laws of the industry, the bond protects consumers and the state and/or city from financial loss. Finally, hunting and fishing license vendors that fail to maintain a bond as required will not qualify for business licensing.