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New Kentucky Hunter Permit Available July 1!

Monday, July 9, 2007

As of Sunday, July 1, a new permit became available that makes it easier for people to try hunting in Kentucky.  

This temporary permit would allow a person to hunt for one year without first completing a hunter education course. The licensee must be accompanied by a person who is at least 18 years and who has met the hunter education requirement.

The permit will be available online at http://www.fw.ky.gov/ for a $5 fee and is available to both Kentucky residents and nonresidents. 

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