Hunting license fees for Iowans aren’t going up, but out-of-staters may have to fork over more money. The Iowa Senate has approved a plan which would end up hiking hunting and fishing license fees for out-of-staters. The extra money would be used to finance programs which aim to clean up Iowa waterways. Senator Merlin Bartz, a republican from Grafton, says out-of-staters would see sizable increases in the fees for an Iowa hunting license.For example, deer hunting licenses for out-of-staters are one-hundred-50 bucks today. The proposal would hike the fee to one-hundred-99-50. The Iowa Senate last night approved the general framework for programs which would establish buffer strips along Iowa rivers and do other things to improve the quality of Iowa waterways and lakes.
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