Wildlife and Parks commission considers season changes, price reduction October 12, 2013 Kansas

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...  the agency hopes reducing prices could get more young hunters afield. At past meetings he’s showed how Nebraska and Missouri reduced the price of resident and non-resident deer permits and saw sales and participation climb significantly.  Wildlife and Parks’ proposal would change resident youth deer permits from $15 to $10 ...Non-resident youth deer permits would decrease from $315 to $90, which would allow the killing of a buck and an antlerless whitetail...


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