Poll: Most Approve of Non-Res Tag Prices

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RE: Poll: Most Approve of Non-Res Tag Prices

Postby schlupis » Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:35 am

JPH I remember you stating this many times before, and I agree. But do you think the lottery system is good for the non land owning non-residence, who want to hunt in your state.

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Re: Poll: Most Approve of Non-Res Tag Prices

Postby Bill Stepp » Sun Jul 03, 2011 8:47 am

I have leased property in South Carolina, and live in North Carolina. I spend probably close to $2,500 (minimum) a year in license, fuel, food, road maintanence, tractor maintanence, food plots, minerals, etc. I am not complaining but most of this goes to South Carolina. This does not count the cost of the lease. I believe that states should charge more for out of state hunters license/tags but with the economy as such they should be careful of substatial cost increases.


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