Yep, apparently I didn't get my winter crab card in in time, so mine license this year was 90 some dollars! But the way I see it, it totally pays for itself in the end. at an average of 10 bucks a pound for fresh store bought salmon, all you need is one king and you've paid for your license with fish. The cost of fishing trips gets made up for in fish and decreased dr. bills. Getting outside is great exercise, keeps your blood pumping and your joints strong. Also keeps your mind sharp, so you don't need to get your head shrunk, saving you money on dr. and shrinks. Studies have shown that fishermen are %15 healthier than other people and more likely to live longer!
On the other hand, if they're going to keep raising the license fees arbitrarily I'd like to see something productive done with the money. Like bigger hatchery programs, more WDFW access sites, more catfish stockings on the west side, and wild broodstock management programs on the puget sound rivers. Unfortunately, they're not even going to spend the extra money on fish and wildlife, just repaying the general fund.