Wisconsin has separate licenses for Gun (regular gun season, as well as muzzleloader) and Bow. Although, if you buy both licenses you get 2 bonus antlerless permits. Which can be used during either the gun season or the bow season, or the T-Zone hunts in WI. Extra antlerless tags in EAB zones, or T-Zone units are only $2. So that's pretty affordable (I think it's only $2 for non-residents too!).
I think what really gets me, is the out of state tags in most, if not all states is almost ridiculous in price. I was looking at getting a pheasant stamp and license to hunt in MN while I'm at my brothers and sister-in-law's over Thanksgiving. Holy smokes! If the license came with a guarentee I'd get some shots at a bird, maybe I'd spring for it. Since there's no guarentee I'm even going to shoot a bird, or see one for that matter, I'm probably not going to go. Some income is better than no income. It's like some other moron moves WI is trying to pass, like a grouse stamp? Are you serious? People are either going to do it illegally, and the DNR will get less money, or they'll just deter some youngsters from even trying the sport. Or older people, who "marry" into the family. I'm sure there is a rhyme to the reason, but I haven't been motivated enough yet to actually check into it, my guess is that they don't have their head screwed on straight.
I spend $160 on my WI licenses for all of the things I do, well, plus the Bobcat tag, it's a little more. I would hate to be a non-resident. Whew! I do just about anything here, that people can do anywhere else in the nation, except being able to hunt a few species...which I'll do some day. I'm not really sure what my point is about this whole situation, but I guess it's just that the DNR just gives us hunters something else to talk about. Wish there was something I could do, but it's not likely.