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Colorado Deer and Elk Application Strategy — Q&A Video


Brady (app strategy master) Miller answers questions we received from the comments on our Instagram post about Colorado deer and elk applications. For even more information, be sure to check out our 2018 Colorado elk application strategy article and mule deer application strategy article

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Brady Miller
Brady M. - posted 3 months ago on 03-31-2018 11:58:36 am
Las Vegas, NV
goHUNT Team

If you want to avoid the preference point fees, you'd need to hold a 2017 small game license. It's a perk for people who already had that license the year before.

If you do not hold a 2017 annual or Big Game license you will be charged the $40/per species (elk, deer, antelope). If you held a license, you would save that money. You can also buy an annual 2017 small game or fishing license up until March 31, 2018 and save the cost of those preference points. Those licenses are $56, so if you applied for elk and deer you would save $24, if you applied for elk, deer, and antelope you'd save $64. If you are only applying for 1 of those species, it's cheaper to just pay the preference point fee for it. Hope that helps!

Kent P. - posted 3 months ago on 03-31-2018 04:30:16 am
goHUNT INSIDER

Do you need to buy a 2017 small game license as mentioned in the video or should it have been a 2018 license?

Brady Miller
Brady M. - posted 3 months ago on 03-30-2018 02:07:30 pm
Las Vegas, NV
goHUNT Team

Thanks! We can't wait to get out those new states and add some additional features to further benefit INSIDERs. We are working toward covering all the western states, and then we may add Alaska down the road. Exciting things coming!

Sebastian S. - posted 3 months ago on 03-30-2018 08:24:13 am
Richardson, Texas
goHUNT INSIDER

I heard on a podcast that you plan to add Kansas and California, this is awesome! Curious why you haven’t added Alaska. Is this in the plans?