Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission fee increases for fishing and hunting licenses Oct. 22. The new fees will be effective starting Jan. 1.
A resident annual hunting or fishing license currently costs $18, but will increase to $25. However, value-added options are built into the new fee structure, including $45 for a hunting/fishing combination annual license, and an early bird combination discount of $40 if purchased before Feb. 1.
Resident deer permits will go from $30 to $40, and nonresidents will pay $415 for the combination permit.
Resident turkey permits are set at $25 while nonresidents will pay $50 for a fall turkey permit and $60 for a spring one.
Nonresidents will pay $95 for an annual hunting license and $50 for an annual fishing license.
Lifetime hunting and fishing licenses will go from $440 to $500 and $880 to $960 for a combination.
A full list of fee changes can be found by visiting http://ksoutdoors.com.