Every U.S. state allows bounty hunting in some form, but the regulations and requirements for bounty hunters vary widely from state to state. Nevertheless, there are some states where bounty hunting is more restricted or regulated, and there may be additional licensing or training requirements.
Note that while bounty hunting is generally legal in the United States, there are some countries where the practice is prohibited entirely or highly regulated. Yet, within the U.S., each state has laws and regulations governing the profession. Bounty hunters must understand and comply with the laws and regulations in their specific state to ensure they operate legally and ethically.
If you are considering a career in bounty hunting or have questions about the regulations in a specific state, it’s advisable to research the laws and regulations in that state or consult with a legal professional who can provide guidance based on the most current information.