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State approves new license and permit fees for anglers

TOPEKA - The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission listened to fee proposals at the Public Hearing portion of a Jan. 20 meeting in Topeka. The proposals included increasing two existing fees and establishing several new fees and permits. All fees will be in effect after February 18, 2005.

One of the proposals will increase the cost of a resident-only lifetime hunting and fishing licenses, which currently cost $300 each and $600 for a lifetime combination fish and hunt. The commission approved increasing the fee for a lifetime fishing or lifetime hunting license to $440 - $880 for a combination fish and hunt. A new three-pole permit will be available to anglers this year. Kansas law limits anglers to two attended lines in addition to eight setlines or one trotline with 25 hooks. The three-pole permit will cost $4 and allow anglers to fish with three attended rods.

Next meeting set for March 24

The next Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission meeting will be held March 24, in Beloit at the Municipal Building, Sutter Room, 119 N Hersey, Beloit.

For more information, phone 620-672-5911 or visit the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks website, www.kdwp.state.ks.us.



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