The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife has proposed Resident License Fee increases that will be considered for vote by the Commission on June 2, 2017.

                            Latest Update

The Fee increases have been removed from the June 2nd agenda!!!

Resident Hunting  $20/ proposed $27 = 35% increase
Resident Fishing   $20/ proposed $23 = 15% increase
Resident Combo   $30/ proposed $42 = 40% increase
Senior/Disabled     $5/ proposed  $18 = 260% increase
       Joint Spouse        $36/ proposed $42 = 16.6667% increase

Our Position Statement

LKS Position Statement on KDFWR License Fee Increase Proposal

The Voice Of The Kentucky Sportsman.


 THE STORY OF The League of Kentucky Sportsmen Inc.

We consider the League “the lay arm” of The Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources. We work hand in hand with them for the upgrading of The Department and exert every pressure and individual influence, as interested private citizens, to deter any legislation which we consider to be detrimental to The Department or the organized sportsmen’s programs. Conversely, we put The Department on notice, and use our influence, to correct any inefficiencies we may detect in The Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources. This kind of cooperation, the department with the League and the League with The Department has been a most compatible relationship and has been, we think, the greatest and largest single contribution to the sportsmen of Kentucky.

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