Hunting Applications and Fees

“The 2015 annual hunt/fish licenses go on sale December 15, 2014. They will be valid for the remainder of 2014 and valid for the calendar year of 2015.”

Annual Hunting License - All resident hunters age 16 through 74 must have a resident hunting license unless exempt by Kansas Law. Nonresident hunters, regardless of age, must have a nonresident hunting license. All annual hunting licenses can be purchased online by clicking here or through all licensed agents, or Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks offices.

NEW FOR 2013: On January 1, 2013, Kansas residents age 65 - 74 will be required to have a hunting and/or fishing license. A reduced price lifetime combination hunting/fishing license or a half price annual fishing, annual hunting, or combination annual license is available for purchase. (see list below for fees)

Deer | Antelope/Elk | Turkey | Waterfowl | Furharvester

License or Permit / Fee / Purchase Description

  • Lifetime Senior Resident Hunt/Fish Combination: $42.50
  • Senior Resident Hunt: $11.50
  • Senior Resident Combination Hunt/Fish: $20.50
  • Resident Hunt: $20.50
  • Residents under 16: No license required
  • Resident Combination Hunt & Fish: $38.50
  • Resident Apprentice (two-time purchase Hunter Education deferral): $20.50
  • Multi-Year Resident Youth Hunt (ages 16-20): $42.50
  • Multi-Year Resident Youth Combination Hunt & Fish (ages 16-20): $72.50 A youth hunting and/or fishing license is available for residents age 16-20. The one-time purchase, multi-year youth hunting OR fishing license is $42.50, multi-year hunting/fishing combination license is $72.50. This multi-year license expires on Dec. 31 of the year the person turns 21.
  • Nonresident: $72.50 ( Download Application if only applying by mail)
  • Nonresident under 16: $37.50
  • Nonresident Apprentice (two-time purchase Hunter Education deferral): $72.50
  • Nonresident Combination Hunt & Fish: $112.50
  • National Guard Permit: State funding has been made available to provide free 2014 Hunting and Fishing licenses and State Park permits to active members of the Kansas National Guard. DO NOT FAX!
  • KS Disabled Veterans: State funding has been made available to provide free 2013 Hunting and Fishing licenses to resident Disabled Veterans with at least 30% disability. Applicant must provide a copy of current disabled veterans entitlement papers showing proof of at least 30% disability. DO NOT FAX!
  • Lifetime Hunting License: $442.50 (Residents Only)
    $61.50 if paid quarterly ( Download Application )
  • Lifetime Hunting & Fishing Combination License: $882.50 (Residents Only)
    $121.50 if paid quarterly ( Download Application )
  • Lifetime Furharvester License: $442.50 (Residents Only)
    $61.50 if paid quarterly ( Download Application )

What is: ResidentLand Owner, Tenant, Youth and Disability, Seniors, Kansas Lifetime License, Non-Resident, A non-resident who is a registered full-time student, Members of the Armed Service