The Register of Hunters
Last updated: 27 March 2023.
At My hunting profile, you can pay the hunting licence fee, get access to your digital hunting licence, as well as register for a large predator licence.
Questions about the app My hunting documentation
The new app can provide you with the hunting licence fee card and the big game hunting diploma in one place.
By bringing this app on the hunt, you have everything you need to document that you have paid the hunting licence fee and that you have passed the shooting test. If you are being controlled, it is sufficient to show the QR code in the app.
You download the app through the Google Play shop or the App store.
For further information about the app, please look at our guide for the shooting test.
Yes, as long as you have logged in to the app for the first time with coverage.
In order to get the last information that the app has retrieved from the Register of Hunters, you need to remember your personal code.
Questions about digital hunting documentation
Once you have paid the hunting licence fee, you will find your hunting licence card on My hunting profile. As of the hunting year 2020/2021, we do not automatically submit the hunting licence card by paper.
Once you have paid the hunting licence fee, you will find your hunting licence card by logging in to My hunting profile.
You can prove a shooting test for big-game hunters by a diploma that you receive on the firing range, or you can download the diploma through the website of the Norwegian Environmental Agency.
Questions about the hunting licence number
You will automatically be assigned a hunting licence number, and be recorded in the Register of Hunters when you have passed the hunting test.
Questions about the hunting licence fee and payment
Everyone who is going to deal with hunting and trapping in Norway must pay a hunting licence fee. This fee applies for an entire hunting year (from 1 April to 31 March). Pay the hunting licence fee through our payment solution.
Paid hunting licence fee does not provide hunting rights in any area. You must also have permission from the landowner or the licencee to conduct legal hunting.
|Hunting licence fee and prices for 2023/2024||NOK|
|Hunting licence fee - all game||500|
|Hunting licence fee - all game except moose, red deer and wild reindeer||390|
|Additional fee regarding moose, red deer and wild reindeer||110|
|Additional fee for insufficient catch reporting||240|
You must log in to My hunting profile and pay the hunting licence fee. Once you have paid, your hunting licence card will be available on My hunting profile.
No, you do not have to pay the hunting licence fee.
No, you will not be deleted from the Register of Hunters.
If you wish to hunt again, you must pay the hunting licence fee. You are not required to take a new hunting licence test.
Contact telephone number +47 75 00 79 99 explaining us what you have paid. Please state your hunting licence number and account number.
No, you are then exempt from paying the hunting licence fee.
You can read more about training hunt on the website of the Norwegian Environment Agency.
Questions about the hunting licence card
You log in to My hunting profile. There you will find your digital hunting licence card.
Once you have passed the test, you will be notified in Altinn that you are registered in the Register of Hunters. Pay the hunting licence fee, and you will find the hunting licence card on My hunting profile.
Please note that the hunting year starts on 1 April. Do not pay before the hunting year has started, unless you intend to go hunting earlier.
If you have passed the test earlier this year, and you go hunting before 1 April, you must pay the hunting licence fee for the current hunting year.
If you have not reached the age of 16, you will be notified in Altinn about payment of a hunting licence fee during the last half of March of the year you turn 16.
Questions about catch report
If you have paid the hunting licence fee, you must report hunting and trapping yields. The deadline for reporting is on 1 May.
This will be in addition to reporting to the landowner, mountain authorities or others, such as the State forest, or the Finnmark property.
If you have not submitted the report within 1 May, you will be charged an additional fee.
The additional fee is in addition to the payment for the next year’s hunting licence fee.
Contact the Norwegian Register of Hunters
Always state your hunter number or birth date in addition to your name and address when you contact the Register of Hunters.
Phone: +47 75 00 79 99
Opening hours: 09 – 12
P.O. Box 905