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    Antelope app cost

    I apologize for asking such a simple question here, but I looked at the Montana website and couldn't sort out the exact numbers. If I apply for only an antelope tag in Montana, what is my total cost to apply, and how much would I receive as a refund if I didn't draw? Just thinking about building points and wondering how much it would cost me. Thanks.

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    $10 for conservation stamp, $200 license fee, $20 bonus point fee and $5 application fee. Plus 3% online fee. About $242.30 total cost and a $200 refund.

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    Thanks, Alabama. $42.30? That's a spendy bonus point! Have to think about it a little more.

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    Why Montana?

    Much better antelope hunting in Wyoming IMO. Heck even residents in MT have trouble drawing a tag every year.

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    Because I'm hoping to be in Montana on a hunt for my wife in a few years, and I thought an antelope tag would be a nice addition to the itinerary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okielite View Post
    Why Montana?

    Much better antelope hunting in Wyoming IMO. Heck even residents in MT have trouble drawing a tag every year.
    Why limit yourself to one state? I'm trying for antelope in MT, WY, OR, NV, AZ(pipe dream), CO, and NM. Go big or go home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama View Post
    Why limit yourself to one state? I'm trying for antelope in MT, WY, OR, NV, AZ(pipe dream), CO, and NM. Go big or go home
    I like how Alabama thinks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama View Post
    Why limit yourself to one state? I'm trying for antelope in MT, WY, OR, NV, AZ(pipe dream), CO, and NM. Go big or go home
    Why limit yourself to those? Why not include ID and UT as well

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    If you have the money, I have the time....

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