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HuskyMusky
01-25-2012, 03:24 PM
What should we charge non-residents compared to residents?

1x, the same price as residents
2-7x, (ex.7x, $75 res, $525 non-res)
8-12x, (ex.12x, $75 res, $900 non-res)
>13x, as much as possible, 43x more in some cases


Choose as many choices as make sense to you.

T43
01-25-2012, 04:18 PM
Did you not get enough feed back in the 9 page post you had? I would be happy to pay double what I pay now. I would also be happy if the price of a NR tag doubled. The bottom line is just like your last thread this one may get a few people riled up but it won't change a thing this fall.

HuskyMusky
01-25-2012, 05:17 PM
A graph can show so much more sometimes.

I think ID has enough problems without doubling non-res fees, haha.

The wolf season is at least a big step in the right direction, and finally reasonable priced non-res wolf tags.

packer58
01-25-2012, 08:15 PM
It is very apparent that this is the time of year there are some that have way to much time on thier hands. This whole thing about the high prices of non-res tags is getting very old. Like i posted in the other piss & moan thread, once you choose to justify the cost of a hunting adventure maybe it's time to take up golf. Save your nickles, cut costs where you can and enjoy!!!!!!!!

HuskyMusky
01-28-2012, 01:47 PM
This thread is awesome!

HuskyMusky
02-02-2012, 05:48 PM
As of now, 27 out of 29 agree it should be 12x or less, pretty universal response, states take notice!

HuskyMusky
02-07-2012, 08:29 PM
33 out of 36 now support a maximum non-resident multiplier of 12x or less. Eastmans' and Western States take notice!

T43
02-08-2012, 08:18 AM
You honestly think 36 people should change the way states out west price their tags. Your little poll hasn't reached the hundreds of thousands of resident hunters in these states. Eastmans would slit their own throats by trying to push something like this. There is a reason no one else has commented on this thread.

Old Hunter
02-08-2012, 09:32 AM
My unit has a new tag this year. It's for bucks, and it's the same time as the muzzleloader season, but you can use a rifle. The catch is you have to hunt above treeline. So, muzzleloader hunters (me) are at a real disadvantage now. Hopefully, it will free up some ML tags now. Most were only hunting a ML so they could hunt the ML season.

jjenness
02-08-2012, 10:23 AM
Hunting in states other than your own over a 10 year period, $10,000 or more easily.
Renting a Uhaul and moving out west $400.
Deposit on a new rental house $1,000.
Being able to hunt in your new home state as a resident, and saving yourself the anguish of paying non-resident fee's, Priceless.

Old Hunter
02-08-2012, 12:21 PM
Hunting in states other than your own over a 10 year period, $10,000 or more easily.
Renting a Uhaul and moving out west $400.
Deposit on a new rental house $1,000.
Being able to hunt in your new home state as a resident, and saving yourself the anguish of paying non-resident fee's, Priceless.


Not getting a tag, because of too many hunters.

Not so priceless.

4590bpcr
02-08-2012, 05:22 PM
Shut up and move to Alaska. Whining is for pogues. I vote for a total ban on non-residents. No pay taxes, then you no hunt.

Old Hunter
02-08-2012, 05:57 PM
I only hunt in Colorado. As a matter of fact. I only hunt in the unit I live in. Why do I need to move?