Handicapped Hunting Programs

Posted : admin On 13.09.2021

At High Adventure Ranch, we cater to whatever needs you may have. Whether you are handicapped and in a wheelchair and need to hunt from one of our Four Wheel drive pickups or perhaps you can only walk short distances, our experienced guides will assist you out in the hunting field to insure you get that trophy animal of a lifetime or perhaps fill your freezer with venison.
Both our Lodge and one of our Cabins have ramps for easy wheelchair access. The Master Bedroom’s Bathroom in the Lodge has recently been updated that features a door that has wheelchair accessibility, raised sink, toilet, and walk in shower with hand rails and seat.

At High Adventure Ranch we treat everyone the same, from the 6 year old child hunting for the first time to a handicapped hunter in a wheelchair to an experienced 92 year old hunter. We believe in making memories that will last a lifetime!

Application for Disability Permit to Hunt from a Standing Motor Vehicle PDF Application and Disability Permit to Take Big Game, Small Game, and/or Rough Fish with a Crossbow PDF (Crossbow permits can take up to 4 weeks to be processed) Disability. Big Game Mobility-Impaired Hunting License Program Hunting licenses are available for individuals with a mobility impairment resulting from a permanent medical condition that makes it physically impossible for them to hunt without assistance.

Sgt. Eric Edmundson & Ed (Father) & Bett (Mother) and his Bison
Read more about Sgt Eric Edmundson's Bison Hunt at High Adventure Ranch
16-year-old Samantha and her Bison

For more information on our options for Hunts for Handicapped Individuals, please call (314) 209-9800 or fill our our contact form.

*Information and prices on website are subject to change without notice, please contact us for the most accurate and current information and prices.

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Hunting For Disabled For Free

Programs'I know if I ever became physically impaired, I'd still want the ability to do what I want to do, and high on that list is hunting,' says Josh Mackay, Hunter Education coordinator for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. 'There's no reason it can't be a safe and enjoyable activity.'

A great resource for disabled hunters and anglers is Don Christensen's 'A Far Cry.' Visit www.afarcry.info

Hunts For Disabled Veterans

Roughly 700 people with physically disabilities hunt each year in New Hampshire. That's a growing number, reflecting a trend that more and more people are realizing their physical disabilities shouldn't keep them from enjoying the great outdoors. Indeed, they can and should take full advantage of New Hampshire's tremendous natural resources.

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department offers several permits for people with physical disabilities:

  • Permits are available for a permanent hunting and fishing license for paraplegics. There's a one-time $10 administrative fee for the license, and the applicant must present a letter from his or her doctor stating that the applicant is permanently and totally paraplegic.
  • Disabled veterans may also be eligible for a hunting and fishing license. Like the license for paraplegics, disabled veterans must meet certain criteria and present documentation of a permanent disability from the Veterans Services Office.
    • People who hold either of the above two licenses are allowed to hunt deer with the aid and use of bait statewide for the entire deer season.
  • Fish and Game offers permits for people with disabilities who want to hunt using a crossbow. To qualify, you must have a permanent physical disability that prevents you from using a conventional bow or a compound bow.
  • Fish and Game also offers permits for paraplegics who want to hunt from a motor vehicle.

Disability hunting permit applicants must have taken a Hunter Education course. New Hampshire Fish and Game's Hunter Education Program customizes its courses for people with special needs so they can enjoy the outdoors safely. Contact the NH Hunter Education program at (603) 271-3411 or email [email protected]

Grants For Disabled Hunters

For more information on hunting and fishing permits for those with disabilities, contact the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's Business/Licensing Division at (603) 271-3422 or email: [email protected]

To reach the National Rifle Association's Disabled Shooting Services, go to www.nrahq.org/compete/disabled.asp