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Archive for Sunday, September 2, 2001

Lifetime licenses to go up

Cost will jump from $240 to $300 on Jan. 1

September 2, 2001

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— There's never been a better time to buy a lifetime Kansas hunting, fishing or combination license. Effective next Jan. 1, the cost of the licenses will increase.

A lifetime hunting or fishing license will cost $300, and a lifetime combination hunting/fishing license will cost $600.

Thousands of Kansas residents have purchased lifetime licenses since they were first introduced in 1982.

The licenses are especially popular as Christmas or graduation gifts for youngsters, although hunters and anglers of all ages have purchased them.

Only Kansas residents are eligible. Purchasers may pay for the licenses with a single payment or, if they prefer, may submit eight quarterly payments.

Through Dec. 31 of this year, a lifetime fishing or hunting license costs $240 (eight quarterly payments of $35); a combination hunting/fishing license costs $440 (eight quarterly payments of $60).

For information, or to obtain a lifetime license application, contact the KDWP Pratt office at 620 672-5911.

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