In the state of Colorado if you are permanently disabled you qualify for a Lifetime Fishing License free of charge. Last year, we applied for our oldest daughter Sam to receive her LFL and it was a really simple process.
You must be a Colorado resident for at least 6 months and you need to have your doctor fill out the one-page disability form. (Downloadable from their website linked below.
You must provide one of the following as documentation of a total and permanent disability:
- A fully completed Colorado Parks and Wildlife “Physician’s Affidavit” (located on the application), signed by a licensed physician attesting that the applicant meets the definition of a total and permanent disability; or
- A Division of Workers’ Compensation “Final Admission of Liability” form indicating “Permanent Total Disability”
After completing the application you can email it to: email@example.com. or mail them to
Colorado Parks & Wildlife
Attn: Lifetime Fishing License
Denver, CO, 80216
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