Wis. DNR: 2012-13 licenses have expired

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- State wildlife officials are warning hunters, anglers and trappers it's time to renew their licenses.

Licenses from the 2012-2013 license year expired on March 31. New licenses are valid until that same date in 2014.

Department of Natural Resources officials say multi-season hunters and anglers should consider purchasing a $165 Conservation Patron license, which covers general fishing, trout fishing, deer, small game, duck and upland game birds in one package.




 
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