How To Get A Hunting License In Kansas

All Kansas residents between the ages of 16 and 74 years should get a resident hunting license. Non-residents, regardless of age cannot hunt without a license. Residents are lucky because they can buy a lifetime hunting license for only $42.50 (seniors) and $502.50 for the rest.

Depending on your situation, you can apply for one of the following licenses: military/veteran, seniors, disability, youth, non-resident and, of course, resident.

It is easier to apply for your license online on the Kansas outdoor website or find an approved vendor near you.