The fish drawing is an essential part of the Koi Fishing license application process, as you’ll need to bring in a KoI license photo for it to be valid.
However, the application itself doesn’t require the fish drawing to be taken.
You can simply fill out the form online and send it to your local NCA.
This is done by going to the NCA’s website, and then choosing “View License Information” under “Application”.
Once you’ve completed that, your photo will be included in the NRC’s database of fish drawings and you can begin the process of obtaining a KoII license.
The process of acquiring a KoIII license requires a slightly different approach, and the NGA’s KoI, KoII and KoIII licensing pages don’t require you to bring your fish drawing with you.
The NGA is required to keep a log of all the fish drawn on the KoI and KoII licenses, so it’s important to remember to keep that information up to date.
It’s also important to note that you must provide a photo of your fish in order to be eligible for the KoIII permit.
The KoI & Co. KoI fishing license is available for purchase at the NACA online store.
It will set you back $130, but it comes with a $75 tax credit and $50 value for the license.
You’ll also need to submit a picture of your KoI or KoII with your application to be accepted.