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    I would love to do a timberline hunt for mulies sometime. Is CO still the best state for that do you think?

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    We are now the proud owners of three useless 2013 annual fishing licenses ($55 each) to avoid the preference point fee.
    Grand Slam #1005 + 2: Dall (1996 YT), Fannin (1997 YT), Bighorn (1998 CO Unit S-26), Stone (1995 BC), Desert (2001 NV Unit 161), Bighorn (2009 WY Unit 5)

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    As I see it since I only apply for deer it will only cost me 15 more per year to apply . Is this right or am I missing something?

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    It looks like you have to buy the $10 habitat stamp and a $40 deer point. There is also a $3 app fees. It looks to me that a point for deer only will cost a total of $53 with the habitat stamp. The fishing license is $56. Here is the link to the 14 regs.

    http://wildlife.state.co.us/SiteColl...me/biggame.pdf
    Last edited by Musket Man; 02-07-2014 at 04:00 PM.

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    ell, if it'll weed out some non rezi's, I'm all for it...
    Yea, but where does it stop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoshour View Post
    I would love to do a timberline hunt for mulies sometime. Is CO still the best state for that do you think?
    Absolutely, of course I'm a little biased since I was born and raised here. Wyoming is another good high country mulie state but a lot of their alpine areas lie within the wilderness and you need a guide to hunt there.

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    Not sure I'm understanding this right, if I buy a fishing license as a non resident I don't have to pay for my preference points?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamwipp View Post
    Not sure I'm understanding this right, if I buy a fishing license as a non resident I don't have to pay for my preference points?
    That's kind of what it looks like but makes absolutely no sense. What say you UH?

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    If you had a hunting or fishing license the year before you do not have to pay for the point. The annual fishing license is the best to buy to avoid the point fee because at $56 it is the cheapest and its good for a full year starting on 4/1 so you could still but one rightnow and avoid the point fee for this application season. If you are only getting points for 1 species in CO paying for the point is cheaper. If you are getting points for more then one the fishing license will save you some money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    If you had a hunting or fishing license the year before you do not have to pay for the point. The annual fishing license is the best to buy to avoid the point fee because at $56 it is the cheapest and its good for a full year starting on 4/1 so you could still but one rightnow and avoid the point fee for this application season. If you are only getting points for 1 species in CO paying for the point is cheaper. If you are getting points for more then one the fishing license will save you some money.
    Hmmmmm, so how did they came up with that idea? Regardless, thanks for the info!

 

 

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