I was at my parents house and found my dads old licenses.
I don't have mine from the mid 60's, there was a policy back then whereas you had to turn in your old license as proof you took the hunter safety course when getting your new license, rather than just writing down the previous years license number.I've managed to keep every hunting and fishing license I've ever gotten dating back to the mid 70s.
Guessin' you were -5 when I graduated HS then, geez! Back then, we were much more afraid of our parents then the cops. Funny, when I first started hunting I had a '69 Ford van with a 3-speed manual shifter on the column and my hunting bud had a '68 Mustang convertible with a leaky roof. Either case, we froze our asses off just gettin' there. Seeing old license pics is way cool!I was -4 so that is old to me
Buck tag??? You didn't need to buy a 'stinking buck tag' the tag was part of the license LMAO.how much back then and did you purchase a BUCK TAG for every season awsome to see that far back for license