Planning on doing any hunting or fishing? Of course you are. Governor Mark Dayton has proposed a small increase in hunting and fishing licenses both for residential and non-residential.

Here's how it breaks down:

  • Annual residential fishing will go from $22 - $25
  • Annual non-residential fishing will go from $45 - $51
  • Deer hunting (Residential) from $30 - $34
  • Lottery application for deer hunting will go from $0 - $4
  • Super sports for residents from $93 - $108

There hasn't been an increase in hunting and fishing licenses since 2012 but it has been in their sights (see what I did there) for several years and it even had the support of some hunting and fishing groups.

For a complete list of the proposed fees and other information, click here.