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ALERT: Idaho House approves decrease in nonresident tags, but increase in fees -
posted 1 month ago
So if you add 10% to the cost of the hunting license $154.75+$15.47= $170.22, then take the Elk tag which is $416 + $41.6= $457.6, total cost of an elk tag is $627.82, making it a pretty cheap NR tag, OR is $588, still one of the cheapest non-res elk tag in the west, and a lot cheaper than MT $1089. Sucks, but...it is just more in line with other states now. As a NR your only power is to not go, but lots of people to take your place, ID won't miss you. They still treat NR hunters better than Wyoming, at least you can hunt in a wilderness area in ID. Just saying...
March Giveaway Winners: 5 People Just Won Vortex Razor HD 10x42 Binos -
posted 11 months ago
Damn! Thought I was a unique, and special, well congrats Scott H.
Washington to “lethally remove” problem wolves -
posted 3 years ago
Love your articles and keeping us up to date, just the picture of the Coyotes hanging out through me off.
Kristen A. Schmitt