MULTI-YEAR YOUTH LICENSES OFFER BARGAIN YEARS
Multi-year licenses offered for fishing, hunting, or in combination; spring is perfect time for combo license
PRATT — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) now offers a resident multi-year youth hunting and/or fishing license, providing convenience and saving money for young hunters and anglers. The new youth licenses will be available for resident youth age 16 through 20. After purchasing the multi-year license, no hunting or fishing license will have to be purchased until the person turns age 21. The one-time purchase, multi-year youth fishing or hunting license is $40. And while spring turkey season is a good time to purchase a multi-year hunting license, fishing season is gearing up. This make is timely to purchase a one-time multi-year youth fishing/hunting combination license for $70.
All resident hunters and anglers age 16-64 must purchase an annual hunting, fishing, or combination license, so the new multi-year license is a great bargain. The cost of an annual resident hunting or fishing license is $20.50. The annual resident combination license is $38.50. Resident youth will save $62.50 if they purchase the multi-year fishing or hunting license when they turn 16. A 16-year-old will save $122.50 if they buy the multi-year combination license.
Online license and permit sales are available at the KDWP website, www.kdwp.state.ks.us, under “License/Permits” at the top of the home page. Licenses and permits may also be purchased over-the-counter at sporting-good stores.