Some nonresidents would be eligible for lower-cost hunting and fishing licenses in 2024 under a bill presented to the Senate Fish and Game Committee on Thursday.
Senate Bill 350 would allow nonresidents who were born in Montana and who are the child, sibling or parent of a current resident to received reduced cost licenses. The person who is a current resident would not have to have been born in Montana.
The reduced fees would also apply to a spouse, child or grandchild of a nonresident meeting the above-mentioned requirements, regardless of where they were born.
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