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Not sure when or how but my fishing license fell out of my wallet and vanished. All these years of fishing and this is the first time I have lost my license. I'm sure I am not the first one to have this happen. What do I need to do to get it replaced without the cost of buying a new one????
 

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Im pretty sure you can go to any license vendor and ask for a replacement. My wife left her's at home a few years ago and did that, it may have cost a couple bucks.
 

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From the CPW nifty handbook page 33...

LOST LICENSES/DUPLICATES
In the event of the loss of a Small Game Hunting, Fishing, Furbearer or Combination Small Game Hunting and Fishing license, the person to whom the license was issued, may obtain a duplicate license (upon verification of original license requested), from the CPW or any license agent, by signing an affidavit and paying a $5.00 fee. All duplicate carcass tag licenses are charged half price of original license issued, not to exceed $25.00 for each duplicate license issued.
Duplicate license transactions can be processed through the TLS licensing terminal. Only certain products can be duplicated however. License agents are NOT authorized to issue a duplicate/replacement license of any type which has a carcass tag to a person who reports the loss of a similar license purchased during the current year once the season has begun (other exceptions may apply). The person must go in person to a wildlife office for a duplicate license with a carcass tag.
All duplicate/replacement licenses may be researched and verified for law enforcement purposes.
Please note: The price of the Duplicate License will display AFTER the transaction is processed. If the duplicate license is issued that has a carcass tag, ―DUPLICATE‖ will print on the carcass tag.




Good luck! :thumb:
 
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