California License Fee Increase
A cash-strapped California budget has the government looking at California hunters and anglers to pay more cash for Hunting and Fishing Licenses in order to help cover the costs of programs.

The governor's budget, which was released on Friday, January 10th, has a proposal to increase resident hunting licenses by $1.75 to $31.25 and increase resident fishing licenses by $2 to $31.25.

Fish and Game Director Robert Hight said there will be cost-cutting measures made at wildlife areas and ecological reserves but they are not planning on closing any of the areas or imposing fees.

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