KDWP will soon offer sustainable hunting and fishing license cards with crappie and pheasant designs


PRATT, Kan. (WIBW) – New durable hunting and fishing license cards will soon be an option for Kansas recreationists with two designs to choose from – a crappie and a pheasant.

The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks announces that it will launch a new licensing system, Go outside of Kansas, that will enhance the customer experience for all outdoor recreation enthusiasts in the Sunflower State.

As part of the upgraded system, KDWP noted that outdoor enthusiasts will have the option of purchasing a durable license card upgrade that can withstand harsh outdoor conditions. Collectible cards look like a credit card and will be optional for each customer for an additional $6.

KDWP said each card will include customer information and current licenses at the time of purchase. He said the hard cards can be purchased anywhere hunting and fishing licenses are sold and will be mailed out within a week of purchase.

The ministry noted that two design options will be available, both featuring artwork by local illustrator and graphic designer, Dustin Teasley, of Pratt. Design options include a crappie and a pheasant, or both designs can be purchased.

The only requirement for maps is that buyers have a fishing or hunting license on file.

To learn more about the cards or their availability, click HERE.

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