A coalition of groups are urging lawmakers to raise license fees for hunting, fishing and boating. The fees that support the state's Game and Fish Fund haven't gone up since 2001, and the fund will dip into the red by 2013 without more cash flowing in.
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The agency says the state's Game and Fish Fund is headed for insolvency. The Duluth News Tribune reports there may be support in the Legislature to raise fees on fishing and hunting licenses during the upcoming session.
Lawmakers look to hunting, fishing fees to bolster budget for outdoors
The state's Game and Fish Fund could be in the red by next year if nothing changes, a fact that has some lawmakers looking to raise license fees as they try to scrounge up the cash to fight invaders like Asian carp and zebra mussels.
Higher hunting, fishing license fees become law
Governor Dayton signed into law the outdoors bill that raises the cost of a fishing or hunting license in Minnesota. The additional revenue will help keep the DNR's game and fish fund solvent. The same bill authorizes the first wolf hunting season since the gray wolf came off the endangered species list.
DNR warns of consequences if state doesn't approve higher hunting, fishing fees
The agency says it will have to make cuts that outdoors enthusiasts will surely notice. Among those cuts could be upkeep to hunting paths, fish surveys and deer habitat.
Bill raising hunting, fishing license fees arrives on Dayton's desk
The Legislature has approved a bill that raises Minnesota's hunting and fishing license fees for the first time in eleven years. Officials say it will keep the state's game and fish fund solvent. The measure also sets a wolf hunting season, which would begin on the firearms deer opener.
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