Hunting and fishing license fees in Tennessee are going up.

taking another look at higher fishing fees for nonresidents - SFGate

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  • Minnesota House and Senate lawmakers have agreed to a boost a range of fees to help bolster wildlife resource management. Adult resident fishing fees, for instance, would go from $17 to $22 a season. A youth fishing license would be $5.

    Stockwell noted that the EQC also has been charged with considering ways to raise money from so-called nonconsumptive fish and wildlife users. Historically, all of the state’s fish and wildlife management has been paid for through hunting and fishing license fees and federal funds generated from a tax on the sale of guns, ammunition and fishing gear.

  • It's true, 100% of your hunting and fishing license fees go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for on-the-ground conservation efforts that help make Texas one of the best places in the country to hunt and fish. Fish stocking, wildlife management, habitat restoration, land conservation, and Texas Game Wardens are just some of the initiatives funded in part by your license fees. Thank you for your investment in Texas' natural resources. For more information on the types of licenses available, where you can purchase a license, hunting and fishing rules and regulations, and much more.

    Possible changes to Montana’s hunting and fishing license fees, including a base license for all rifle and archery licenses, could boost the Fish, Wildlife and Parks budget to within $1.5 million of the annual budget target.

    Type Resident Fee Nonresident Fee
    valid one full year (365 days)
    from the date of purchase
    $25 (ages 16-69) $50
    $5 (ages 70+)
    7-day $12 $28
    1-day $5 $10

  • What do your hunting and fishing fees get you? Plentiful wildlife – whitetail deer, wild turkeys, bald eagles, black bears and wild elk were severely threatened or thought lost forever well in to the 20th century. TWRA stocked more than 100 million fish into Tennessee waters, and now manages more than 250 public boat access points across the state. They oversee more than 1.5 million acres of publicly accessible land. In the last decade alone, the Agency has planted more than three million trees and protected 42,000 acres of wetlands across the state.

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A proposal to increase commercial fishing license fees — including a new crew member charge — has been unveiled by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.