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bore_butter 
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bore_butter
02-22-18 07:58 PM - Post#1670946    


for those who buy the Kentucky senior citizen sportsman hunting/fishing license for $5.00 come March they will cost $12.50 so get them now.

 
NWTF Longhunter 
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NWTF Longhunter
03-20-18 11:50 AM - Post#1675257    

    In response to bore_butter

That sounds like a bargain price to me, what's the age cutoff in KY for Seniors?

 
Spence10 
Cannon
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03-20-18 12:43 PM - Post#1675263    

    In response to NWTF Longhunter

It's age 65.

Spence

 
Zonie 
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Zonie
03-20-18 07:36 PM - Post#1675328    

    In response to Spence10

Not to sidetrack this topic but in Arizona the Game & Fish department will issue a Pioneer License to anyone who has lived in Arizona for 25 years and is 70 years old.

This Pioneer License is a full Hunting & Fishing license so the owner never needs to buy another one for the remainder of his/her life.

Of course, tags for deer hunts and the like still need to be bought if they are required for everyone else but squirrels, bunnys, coyotes and any other critter not needing special tags and drawings are fair game.
It also allows fishing State wide for any legal fish.

Applying for this was one of the first things I did after I reached 70.
Just Jim...



 
Spence10 
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03-20-18 09:24 PM - Post#1675339    

    In response to Zonie

We do that for cars in Kentucky, but not for people.

Spence

 
bore_butter 
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bore_butter
04-16-18 04:25 PM - Post#1679979    

    In response to Spence10

yeah, I've got one of those Kentucky antique tags on one of my motorcycles.

 
Eric Krewson 
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Eric Krewson
04-24-18 09:40 AM - Post#1681260    

    In response to bore_butter

After you pass 65 in Alabama you no longer need a license to hunt or fish.


 
Pustic 
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Pustic
04-24-18 02:58 PM - Post#1681306    

    In response to Eric Krewson

Kentucky should be the same.


Edited by Pustic on 04-24-18 03:13 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Pustic 
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Pustic
04-24-18 03:14 PM - Post#1681309    

    In response to bore_butter

I paid $12.50 for mine, and it will be the last time.

 
nhmoose 
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nhmoose
05-01-18 02:39 PM - Post#1682633    

    In response to Pustic

NH is 68 (they hope you die before) but it is only for the basic you still have to pay for the extras. Moose, bear, turkey, pheasants, archery, and muzzleloading all need the PAID stamp.

50 years of paying Pittman/Robinson tax and not ONE public shooting range in NH. Bitter yes.

 
stormcloud 
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06-03-18 06:23 AM - Post#1687952    

    In response to Pustic

They sent me a survey on the subject a few years ago and I told them under no circumstances did I want rates raised on the folks who have supported kdfwr all these years.Told em a few other things they probly didnt want to hear too.They will loose alot of hunters and fishermen

 
Art Peltier 
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Art Peltier
06-15-18 04:13 PM - Post#1689841    

    In response to nhmoose

In RI at 65 you can get a permanent hunting and fishing license for free. I have 33 days to go before I can get mine. Been paying for both for over 50 years and I am pumped. Talk about an incentive to keep living. 😀

 
tecum-tha 
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tecum-tha
06-16-18 12:37 PM - Post#1689928    

    In response to Art Peltier

They will loose a lot of hunters over $7.50 per year? You get the license for $1.05 a month. You hardly get a breakfast at most diners for the $7.50 increase...


 
Art Peltier 
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Art Peltier
06-17-18 11:58 AM - Post#1690050    

    In response to tecum-tha

Actually the Licenses have increased to 18.50 a year hunting or fishing. Combo is 30.00, round off. Add in a 5.00 trout stamp and a 7.00 salt water license it adds up quickly Next add deer and turkey tags, which I will pay for, no problem with that, z😀. In this state you don’t see a lot of people over 65 hunting either so I don’t think revenues will be hurting.

 
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