Buckhead Atlanta - Hunt-Fish-Trap?
License Fees Go UP in Three Days!
Yes, Hunt-Fish-Trap Licenses fees will rise dramatically in three short days. Maybe it is time to get that LIFETIME LICENSE* you have always thought about buying for yourself or family members or friends.
Envelope postmarked by June 30th = the lower prices.
July 1st is too late!
About the fee increase:
Check out my first post with more details for you to review. The fee increase story, featured in Georgia Outdoor News, carried comments by Daryl Kirby about the process on April 3, 2017. He stated:
"The state legislature has approved a measure to increase hunting
and fishing licenses. House Bill 208 was passed out of the house on March 1st by a vote of 150 in favor and 14 opposed. To see how your house representative voted on the license-fee increase, click here.
On March 28th, just two days before the end of the legislation session, the state Senate passed the measure by a vote of 43 to 12. To see how your state senator voted, click here."
Be sure to review the detail about the different types of Lifetime Licenses* offered. See the clear explanation in my previous post about License Fees for Hunting and Fishing.
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Below is the Fee Comparison Chart published in Georgia Outdoors News:
Resident hunting license: increase from $10 to $15
Resident big game license: $9 to $25
Nonresident hunting license: $100
Nonresident big game license: $195 to $225
Resident senior hunting license for 65 years of age or older: Honorary to $4
Resident alligator harvest permit: $50 to $75.
Nonresident alligator harvest permit: $200 to $250.
*Hunting and Fishing Combo Licenses
Resident hunting/fishing license: $17 to $30
Resident hunting/fishing license: One-day $3.50 to $5
Nonresident hunting/fishing license: $100 to $150
Nonresident hunting/fishing license: One-day $30
Resident sportsman’s license: $55 to $65
Nonresident sportsman’s license: $400
Resident sportsman’s license: One-day $25
Nonresident sportsman’s license: One-day $170
Resident optional youth sportsman’s license, 12-15 years old: $5
Resident optional youth sportsman’s license: Multiyear $15
Resident senior sportsman’s license for 65 years of age or older: $7
Recreational Fishing Licenses
Resident fishing license: $9 to $15
Nonresident fishing license: $45 to $50
Nonresident fishing license: One-day $10
Resident trout license: $5 to $10
Resident trout license: One-day $3.50 to $5
Nonresident trout license: $20 to $25
Nonresident trout license: One-day $10
Resident optional youth fishing license for 12 to 15 years of age: $3
Resident optional youth fishing license (12 to 15 years old): Multiyear $10
Resident senior fishing license for 65 years of age or older: $4
Resident commercial trapping license: $30 to $40
Nonresident commercial trapping license: $295 to 325
Boat Registration (Registrations Now Valid For 3-Year Period)
Vessels up to 16 feet in length: $15 to $25
Vessels 16 to 26 feet in length: $36 to $60
Vessels 26 to 40 feet in length: $90 to $130
Vessels 40 feet in length or longer: $150 to $200
Apply for your License now!