CPW offers lifetime fishing licenses to residents 65 years of age or older whose income falls below HHS poverty guidelines. No application is necessary, however interested citizens should bring qualifying documentation into a CPW office or Park office during regular business hours to obtain the license.
No application is required.
How to obtain:
The 2019 Resident Senior Lifetime Low Income fishing license is available for purchase April 1, 2019.
Residents can bring in the necessary qualifying documents into any CPW location (both parks and offices) during regular business hours to obtain the license.
Colorado residents aged 65 or older with a household income falling below the poverty level based on the number of people in their household.
What is needed to qualify?:
Your most recent tax form that shows your entire taxable income and the number of dependents you claim. Examples of acceptable tax forms are 1040EZ, 1040, or the 1040A.
What if I do not have sufficient income to fill out a tax form?:
You will need to sign an affidavit that attests to the fact that you did not have sufficient income to file taxes. These affidavits are legal documents: fraudulent affidavits may result in charges against the customer.
$8.00 upon purchasing the license.