Fishing in Kansas gets a little cheaper

Starting Jan. 1, 20201, it will cost a little less to go fishing in Kansas. The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission is changing the daily license fee from $8.50 to $6 for Kansans and from $14.50 to $10 for non-Kansans.

The commission hopes the lower prices will bring in more novice and casual anglers. Another change that happens Jan. 1, Kansas children ages 15 and younger can buy a new youth trout permit for $7. That’s half the adult permit price. The permit will allow kids to keep five trout in select waters. Currently, kids can trout fish for free but only keep two trout.

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