Raising hunting and fishing license

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by dirthole, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. Giveem3outdoors

    Giveem3outdoors 10 pointer

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    Have you seen any of this first hand? It's all fine and dandy on private land heck I don't even care i hunt private land but I do know several people who hunt Peabody and I've even tried it myself but from a safety standpoint itd take a mad man to go out there.
     
  2. KYH5N1

    KYH5N1 10 pointer

    Maybe if they raise the NR prices all those Georgia hunters will drive on up to IL since their NR deer hunting is such a bargain! Of course if you're an Outfitter in KY those cheaper license fees leave more money for you to get out of the "deal".
     
  3. Giveem3outdoors

    Giveem3outdoors 10 pointer

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    Some might drive on but alot will stay once again it's a win win. If your raising cattle and make 20000 a year on 30 head of cattle. But know good and well of a way to make 20000 a year on 15 head why not either. A make 40000 on 30 head or b. Make the 20000 with half the cattle to take care of it's not rocket science.
     
  4. KYH5N1

    KYH5N1 10 pointer

    I was being sarcastic with the first part of my post. I agree whole heartedly with a NR increase to match the % increase incurred by residents.
     
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  5. 120+

    120+ 12 pointer

    It's the same on certain public land in many states. Kentucky isn't unique.
     
  6. Giveem3outdoors

    Giveem3outdoors 10 pointer

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    Thanks for the verification. So what your saying is higher prices won't drive away hunters which in turn draws more revenue.
     
  7. 120+

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    No I'm saying you are trapped in your own little world.
     
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  8. Ginsenghunter

    Ginsenghunter 10 pointer

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    $275 is a Helluva ways from $120. Tell it straight if you know how.

    You are comparing Arkansas ducks to KY deer?
    You can kill 400 ducks and unlimited geese for $117.
    For $275 in KY you can kill 1 buck and 1 doe.
    You're a special kind of argumentative.
     
  9. Giveem3outdoors

    Giveem3outdoors 10 pointer

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    maybe you should take the time to look up Arkansas new nr public land use program. So you understand what your trying to be "a special kind of argumentative" about.
     
  10. Born to Hunt

    Born to Hunt 8 pointer

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    Everything goes up. Hunting licenses will increase over time and I agree we don't charge no residents enough.
     
  11. rum3002576

    rum3002576 6 pointer

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    I wish this was the case . Then i would be paying less than half of what I'm paying now
     
  12. 1sttop

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    why is there a dislike for OOS hunters?
     
  13. 120+

    120+ 12 pointer

    Ignorance, sense of ownership, jealousy, you name it.
     
  14. KYH5N1

    KYH5N1 10 pointer

    NR annual hunting license in KY gives a lot more o
    It's a long way from $400+ and draw for a tag too. Last timing I checked an annual hunting license in KY afforded a hunter way more opportunity than two deer also! As far as 120's comments, he always gets mouthy when someone calls him on his own ignorance. His words of wisdom must not taste as good when he has to eat them as the do when he is spewing his wealth of hunting advice to others!
     
  15. Giveem3outdoors

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    Who said the didn't like oos hunters?
     

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