PTA Hunting Permits and Fees
PTA Hunting Permits are valid from July 1st through June 30th each year. Permit entitlements and associated fees (if any) are as follows:
PTA General Hunting Permit. Allows hunters age 18-64 access to hunt on all open PTA lands for all Game Mammal, Game Bird and Spring Turkey hunts. Each permit comes with three (3) game mammal allotments (see below). $40
PTA Game Mammal Hunting Permit. Allows hunters age 18-64 access to hunt on all open PTA lands for Game Mammals ONLY. Each permit includes three (3) game mammal allotments (see below). $25
PTA Game Bird Hunting Permit. Allows hunters age 18-64 access to hunt on all open PTA lands for Game Birds ONLY during the Fall Upland Game Bird Season and the Spring Bearded Turkey Seasons. $25.
(1) Your State of Hawaii hunting license must include a Game Bird Stamp.
(2) The State of Hawaii requires its own special tags for the Spring Bearded Turkey Season.
PTA Youth and Senior Hunting Permits. Youth hunters age 10-17, and Senior hunters, age 65 and over, may access all open areas of PTA for Game Mammal, Game Bird, and Spring Turkey hunts. Youth/Senior Hunting Permits are both free
PTA Hunter Assistant Permit. Allows non-hunting individuals to accompany permitted hunters to assist in the retrieval and processing of game. Non-hunters may not actively participate in any hunting activity, and may not, at any time, possess a loaded hunting weapon or ammunition. This permit is intended for those who will not acquire other hunting permits, or for adults who will accompany youth hunters on desginated youth hunts. This permit requires the Background Check and Safety Briefing Validations. Free
Special Permits. Special permits may be made available to address management needs as they arise.
PTA Game Mammal Allotments. Allotments are "virtual" tags, and function the same as physical tags. Each sheep or goat harvested on PTA must be “tagged” at checkout using an available allotment number. Failure to report harvested game mammals is a violation of the PTA Hunting Policy. Each permit enabling mammal hunting (either the General or Mammal Permit) comes with a total of three (3) allotments. Once the three (3) allotments are used, hunters will not be able to check in for mammal hunting opportunities.
(1) Feral pigs do not require the use of an allotment, but you must have an unused number to check in for any game mammal hunt.
(2) Non-typical (i.e. polled, deformed, mu’umu’u) rams do not require the use of an allotment, but must be verified by a PTA Game Warden as non-typical to waive this requirement.