Disabled Veteran Hunting and Fishing Licenses
The Kansas Legislature annually appropriates funding to provide free annual hunting, fishing and hunt/fish combination licenses to qualifying disabled veterans. Any Kansas resident who is an honorably-discharged military veteran with certified service-related disabilities of 30 percent or more qualifies and must apply each year for the annual licenses. However, qualifying veterans who are 65 to 74 years old will receive Senior Hunt/Fish Combination Lifetime Passes. The annual Disabled Veteran Hunting and Fishing licenses expire 365 days from date of issuance.
Instructions for new applicants: Please Read Carefully and Print Clearly.
- Fill in Completely section A of this form
- Provide a copy of the applicant’s current Kansas driver’s license or KS ID showing proof of residency.
- Provide a copy of the applicant’s current disabled veterans entitlement papers showing proof of at least 30% disability.
- If applying for a hunting license, provide a copy of a Hunter’s Education Card (If born on or after July 1, 1957)
- Mail this form and the above copies to: (DO NOT FAX) Please allow 2 weeks for processing.
ATTN: License Section/Disabled Veterans
KDWPT Pratt Operations Office
512 SE 25th Ave.
Pratt, KS 67124-8174
Instructions for renewal applications:
If you received a KS Disabled Veterans hunt/fish license last year, fill out the application and send to the Pratt Office along with a copy of your current Kansas driver’s license or Kansas ID showing proof of residency.