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Fishing Applications and Fees
Anglers age 16 through 74, who have been bona fide residents of the state for 60 days immediately prior to buying a license, must have a resident license in possession while fishing in Kansas. All nonresidents 16 and older must have a valid nonresident license to fish in Kansas (unless fishing on a private pond not leased for public fishing). All licenses expire 365 days from the date of purchase, except five-day, lifetime, and 24-hour fishing licenses.
KDWPT offers different programs that are designed to improve your fishing experience.
Adaptive Sportsmen of Kansas (ASK) all-terrain track chairs
Fish Telemetry Project Underway at Tuttle Creek and Milford ReservoirsFor Immediate Release: May 17, 2023 Contact: Nadia Marji CMP®, Chief of Public Affairsnadia.firstname.lastname@example.orgFish Telemetry Project Underway at Tuttle Creek and Milford ReservoirsEMPORIA – The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks is partnering with Kansas State University on a long-term telemetry study to examine movement patterns and space use ... Read More
KDWP to Renovate, Improve Kingman State Fishing LakeFor Immediate Release:February 7, 2023 Contact: Nadia Marji CMP®, Chief of Public Affairs (785) email@example.comKDWP to Renovate, Improve Kingman State Fishing LakeShawnee, Kan. – Anglers who frequent Kingman State Fishing Lake, located just seven miles west of Kingman, KS, will have much to look forward to this fall.After several mo ... Read More
Emporia State’s King Lake Stocked with Rainbow TroutFor Immediate Release: Jan. 13, 2023 Contact: Nadia Marji CMP®, Chief of Public Affairs (785) firstname.lastname@example.orgEmporia State’s King Lake Stocked with Rainbow TroutKing Lake on the Emporia State University campus received its first stocking of rainbow trout Jan. 12, thanks to an ongoing partnership between the Kansas Department of Wild ... Read More