Donation Reduced the Price of Youth Lifetime Permits
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will offer young Nebraskans a $130 price reduction on 185 lifetime hunting and fishing permits or lifetime habitat stamps at its exhibit during the Omaha Boat, Sports and Travel Show Feb. 24-27 at the Qwest Center in Omaha
The offer is made possible by a donation from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and its mission to provide stewardship of Nebraska’s outdoor resources. The Foundation made the donation to further opportunities for young Nebraskans to take part in hunting and fishing activities.
The permit offer is valid for Nebraska residents 15 years old and younger, and applies to lifetime fishing licenses, hunting licenses and habitat stamps. Combination hunting and fishing permits are not included. The permits will be sold first come, first served, and a person can purchase multiple permits or stamps under the offer.
The regular price for a lifetime fishing permit is $300, a lifetime hunting permit is $260 and a lifetime habitat stamp is $260. At the time of purchase, the purchaser will pay $170 for a fishing permit and $130 for a hunting permit or habitat stamp.
The permits will not be issued at the show but will be processed and mailed to purchasers at a later date.