Utah proposing license-fee break for youth anglers

Anglers ages 14-17 years old could get a 365-day fishing license for about half what the license costs them today, under license changes proposed by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.



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Anglers ages 14-17 years old could get a 365-day fishing license for about half what the license costs them today, under license changes proposed by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.

In an effort to foster more youth interest in fishing, a new regulation being proposed by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources would allow that state’s anglers who are 14 to 17 years…




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