You will be prompted to choose whether you are purchasing a 2014 permit or a 2015 permit.  Whichever you choose, it will display only those privileges available for that year.  Because you have to make a choice at the start of the purchase, you will not be able to purchase a 2014 permit and a 2015 permit in the same transaction. You will have to do two separate transactions.  The dual year option will display until April 30, 2015.  After that date, the choice will not be there and only 2015 permits will be available.

You can purchase licenses and permits with a toll-free telephone call, online from your home or office computer, or from one of more than 600 license vendors located around the state. A list of license vendors, organized by county, is available at the link below. We suggest you call the vendor to ensure they are open for business, since some vendors operate seasonally.

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Fishing Licenses/Permits

State Park Permits

Informational Brochures:

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Regulation Summary for Deer and Fall Turkey

Licensing News
  • Commission Big Game Permits Raise Funds For Conservation
    PRATT ­– If you belong to a Kansas-based nonprofit organization that actively promotes wildlife conservation and the hunting and fishing heritage, the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission Big Game Permit is a fundraising opportunity you don’t want to miss. Applications are being accepted now for a total of seven premium hunting permits ... Read More
  • Commission Approves Proposed Hunting and Fishing License Fees
    BURLINGTON – The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) Commission approved a proposal to raise fees for fishing and hunting licenses at their public meeting in Burlington on October 22, 2015. The new fees will be effective January 1, 2016. KDWPT staff have been discussing fee increases since early last spring and presented a draft proposal ... Read More
  • Fishing and Hunting Fees Discussed
    GREAT BEND ­– During the Workshop portion of the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission’s August public meeting in Great Bend, commissioners heard a proposal from department staff to raise fees for hunting and fishing licenses. The proposal outlined fee history, revenue needs and compared proposed fees with those of surrounding states.Th ... Read More