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ALERT: New bill will severely impact nonresident hunters in WY -
posted 1 month ago
Russ H, I've got more support for fellow hunters, new hunters, NR hunters in my state, and people just interested in getting involved with hunting than you could imagine. So okay, forget specifics and specific people and let's rephrase that... The internet is to blame. And yes, supply and demand is real and Wyoming is doing what any logical person would do with this much demand that we all have created with the rise of the internet. Stop defaulting to "we must support one another"... it's getting old. There's nothing about this that is unsupportive, it's just business plain and simple, were to blame, and yes I'm sad to see it happening too.
Oh please, so many angry people. Like another already said, just about every other state treats NR hunters worse than this. Montana allows 10% to NR too and when they doubled the price of their NR tags literally everyone said they would never sell them all and local economies and guides would suffer. Now at $1000 per elk it's more fricken popular to hunt in MT than ever for NR's. y'all just mad cause Wyoming hadn't caught up with the times yet and they finally realized it. Websites like gohunt and self absorbed hunters like Cam Hanes are the actual reasons why this is all happening. Too much popularity and way too much easy information. Wake up, you're to blame not Wyoming.
Kristen A. Schmitt