JUNEAU — Lawmakers are considering proposed fee increases for hunting and fishing licenses in Alaska.
The House Resources Committee plans to take public testimony on a bill proposing the fee increases Wednesday evening.
Rep. Dave Talerico introduced the bill, which would increase resident hunting, fishing, trapping and combination licenses by $5 to $7. The cost for king salmon and waterfowl stamps would also increase.
Nonresident licenses and big game tags would also be increased.